This is not your typical library. Most library's have row after row of dusty books sitting on shelves. Not this one. Contained within this library are hundreds and thousands of articles about medical malpractice, accidents and wrongful death. The goal of creating this vast library is to inform you, the consumer, about how these cases work.

I have free reports, hundreds of educational videos, books and much more. All this information will empower you to become better informed consumers and help you decide which attorney is right for you and what you need to do next.

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  • Urology Disaster-NY Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains Today's tip involves a urology nightmare that I handled involving a gentleman who started out not being able to urinate. The doctor did something that was inappropriate, and he put in something called a stent,which is a wire mesh. He put that into the urethra, through the penis into the urethra, so that this mesh, when released, opens up and it was designed to hold open the urethra and to keep the scar tissue from forming again and closing up.
  • Urology Disaster-NY Medical Malpractice Lawyer Explains Today's tip involves a urology nightmare that I handled involving a gentleman who started out not being able to urinate. The doctor did something that was inappropriate, and he put in something called a stent,which is a wire mesh. He put that into the urethra, through the penis into the urethra, so that this mesh, when released, opens up and it was designed to hold open the urethra and to keep the scar tissue from forming again and closing up.
  • A UROLOGY DISASTER IN NEW YORK; MEDICAL MALPRACTICE Learn what happened when a young man went to a urologist to fix a complaint of difficulty urinating and wound up needing massive reconstructive surgery.
  • Colonoscopy- "He Perforated My Colon, Do I Have A Case?" Is a perforated colon during colonoscopy evidence of malpractice in New York? Gerry Oginski, an experienced NY medical malpractice & accident lawyer explains.