Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews the Most Common Medical Malpractice Mistakes



Did you know Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews medical malpractice cases to help victims and their families win settlements against doctors and hospitals who make dire mistakes that could lead to injury or even death. Now before we get into this, we must say that doctors, nurses, and hospitals have a pretty stellar records, and most of the time, they don’t make mistakes. However, when they do, it can be not only costly but deadly. Medical error is the third leading cause of death in this country.

Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews medical malpractice cases where various scenarios occur, but there are a few common factors that often occur in these types of cases. If you have been injured or are representing a family member who passed away due to medical malpractice, Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews two of the most common scenarios that could lead to a lawsuit:

Misdiagnosis or Delayed Diagnosis: As you know, doctors are under a lot of pressure to accurately diagnose a condition to increase the likelihood of full recovery. A misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis could cause the person to receive the wrong treatment and worsen the condition. The key is to winning a medical malpractice case under this scenario is that you have to prove that a qualified doctor would have been able to get the diagnosis right under the same conditions.

Medication Errors: Another very common cause of medical malpractice are medication dosage errors. Millions of people each year are harmed by medication errors. This could mean either too little or too much of a dosage that causes and adverse effect or delays treatment. There are several reasons this might occur: the doctor could write down the wrong medication or dosage, a nurse could administer a medication incorrectly, or a machine could malfunction and give the wrong dosage to a sedated patient. In any event, if one of these scenarios do occur, Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky says you could have a lawsuit.

Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews How Your Attorney May Bill You


If  you have read Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews before, you know that its attorneys have helped their clients win hundreds of millions of dollars for its clients, including several eight figure settlements. Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews its practices to make sure it is always transparent with its clients. From the free consultation on, you won’t find better, more honest attorneys who will keep you abreast of what is going on with the case and how the client will be billed.

The truth is that many clients don’t actually know how they are being billed; nor do they understand how they are being billed in the first place. If you find that you are clueless when the bills arrive, this is on the attorney. This is why Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews its billing practices to make sure it is always providing its clients with all information available about how they will be billed.

Whether you choose Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky or another firm, you should know that there are several ways you may be billed. During the first free consultation, you should ask questions about billing so everyone is on the same page. However, there are things you should know in advance, such as the types of billing an attorney may charge. There are generally three: hourly, retainer, and contingent fee arrangement. Let’s take a second and talk about each.

An hourly rate is the amount an attorney charges per hour when working on a case. Because an attorney does not work an hour at a time on case, you will need to ask how you be billed. The most common are six minute intervals or fifteen minute intervals. If you are being billed this way, you should never be afraid to contact your attorney with a summary of their work and how you are being billed so you know where you stand.

The second type is a retainer. This means you pay a certain amount of money in advance towards any legal fees you may have down the road. If you are constantly in court for whatever reason,  a retainer might be a preferable form of billing. You can determine in advance if you need to replenish the retainer after litigation or if its refundable if any portion is not used.

The final type is a contingent fee arrangement. Here you would enter into an agreement with an attorney where they are only paid if you are paid. These are common in personal injury cases. Also, flat fees are available for cleints who need a one-time service, like the preparation of a will.



Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews Most Common Workplace Injuries

Serious injuries that occur at work are far too common and the attorneys at Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky are here to help ensure you receive the compensation you deserve. Most of the common injuries that happen in the workplace are random incidents that can happen to anyone at any time. It is important to be aware of these possibilities and stay as safe as possible while at work.

According to the leading insurance companies around the country, the top 10 reported injuries at work are the following:

  • On-the-Job Violence

Employees attacking other employees because of office politics or other arguments have led to many serious physical injuries in the workplace. Employee training on workplace violence and employee’s watching out for suspicious activities can help prevent these incidents in some cases.

  • Repetitive Motion Injuries

These types of workplace injuries can be less obvious but more harmful in the long run. Repetitive motions like typing at a computer for extended periods of time can strain muscles and tendons, causing back pain, vision problems, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Proper use of ergonomic equipment by employees can help keep these incidents at bay.

  • Machine Entanglement

This type of injury is common in factories where heavy machinery and equipment are used. Loose clothing, shoes, fingers and hair are all susceptible to machine entanglement when the proper precautions are not taken by employees. Protective equipment and attention to personal detail are crucial in preventing these types of injuries.

  • Vehicle Accidents

For those who drive for business purposes, automobile accidents can often be the cause of workplace injury. Employee safe-driver training can reduce these kinds of incidents.

  • Walking Accidents

If an employee happens to walk into a wall, door, cabinet, glass window, table, chair etc., injuries can occur. Employees must be aware but employers must also keep the work environment free of hazards to prevent these kinds of injuries.

  • Falling Objects

Objects that fall from shelves or that are dropped by another person can cause serious injuries at work. Head injuries are common in this type of accident. Employee awareness and employers keeping the workplace free of hazards are keys to preventing these injuries from happening.

  • Reaction Injuries

If you slip or trip without completely falling, this is considered to be a reaction injury. It is hard to predict or prevent these injuries but employee and employer awareness are important factors in reducing them.

  • Falling from Heights

Some jobs such as roofing require employees to be elevated to various heights in order to complete tasks. A flip and fall or faulty equipment can result in employees falling from heights that cause serious injury. These injuries can be avoided through personal protection gear, training and employee awareness.

  • Slipping/Tripping

Wet and slippery floors or misplaced objects lying on the ground can cause employees to slip or trip at work. Attention to what’s going on around you is important and diligence by employers to keep a hazard-free workplace is a must.

  • Overexertion Injuries

These include injuries pertaining to pulling, lifting, pushing, holding, carrying and throwing activities at work. Overexertion is consistently the most common workplace injury and can be reduced by employee safety training and employer awareness when assigning tasks.

Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews Statins and Their Use by Healthy People


Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Each year, an estimated 610,000 people will die from heart disease. That roughly accounts for one in every four deaths. Many more people have high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and other health issues that could trigger a heart attack or other cardiac event. If you could prevent this from happening, most would agree that would be a good thing. However, is there too much of a good thing?


There’s no question that statins have saved lives. Statins lower cholesterol by reducing the amount of bad cholesterol produced by the liver. They also reduce the number of triglycerides in the blood and improve good cholesterol level as well. For people who have significant heart disease or have specific risk factors, they can be highly effective. They are used to lower the risk of stroke, heart attack, and other heart complications in people with diabetes and coronary heart disease


However, the FDA has approved statin use as a means for prevention, which is where things get a little hairy. According to information on the website of  Harmon, Linder & Rogoswky,  the benefits may not outweigh the risks for healthy people who use statins as prevention. Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky reviews the latest medical literature to determine whether or not clients have a case against pharmaceutical companies and others for product liability.


They also note that statins could raise a person’s risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by 9 percent and question whether or not the blood testing for statin candidates is accurate and shows cardiovascular issues. Finally, the law firm and many medical experts have raised concerns about the powerful statin Crestor as it has been shown to increase the rate of kidney damage in patients using the medication by 75 times higher than in patients taking other cholesterol drugs.


Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews Common Wrongful Death Questions


If you have had a loved one in your life pass away due to the fault of someone else, you might be wondering whether or not you can sue that person or company for compensation or losses. Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky lawyers review wrongful death cases all of the time, and they have helped countless plaintiffs win significant awards for their pain and suffering. It’s understandable that you could be feeling stressed or unsure where to turn. The best thing to do is schedule a free consultation so Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky lawyers can review your case and determine whether or not you should take that individual or company to court. Here are several questions you might have about pursuing a wrongful death case.


What Is a Wrongful Death?


In its most simple definition, a wrongful death is a death that was caused because someone was negligent or committed misconduct against someone else. An individual or company can be handed a wrongful death suit.


Can I Be Considered the Victim of a Wrongful Death Case?


This will depend on the state you live in as the definition varies from state to state. However, in most cases, survivors are the spouse and any minor children.  Immediate family members typically can file a wrongful death claim although some states will allow grandparents, guardians, and extended family members to file too. Remember, there is a statute of limitations on wrongful death claims too. It’s best to contact an attorney at Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky as soon as possible to get your case started.


What Kind of Expenses Can I Claim in a Wrongful Death Case?


Again this will vary from the state where the case is tried, but compensation typically includes the following:


Funeral expenses

Medical expenses

Future earnings lost

Benefits lost

Pain and suffering

General and punitive damages


Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky Reviews Your Case So You Can Eventually Recover Compensation Owed to You


After an accident or fall, it is very common to be stressed or anxious about what the next steps are. And, undoubtedly, you’ll probably have a number of different attorneys who will want to represent you, especially if you live in a large metropolitan area like New York City. In truth, many firms can represent you, but do all of them have the experience, reputation, and results to ensure you come out on the winning side?


Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky is a respected law firm in New York City. Founded by Mark Linder in 1983, the firm has represented thousands of clients, enabling them to receive more than $400 million in settlements in total.  Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky is conveniently located in Manhattan on 3 Park Avenue, and the firm specializes in personal injury cases of all kinds. Here are practice areas its attorneys have experience in:



  • Automobile Accidents
  • Construction Accidents
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Premises Liability
  • Slip and Fall accidents
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Wrongful Death
  • Injuries/Death Due to Prescription Medication


In addition to the highest level of experience and reputation, Harmon, Linder & Rogoswky reviews your case for free. You will not be charged for a consultation, and interpretation services are offered for clients whom English is not their native language. The law firm’s staff includes speakers of Spanish, Greek, Italian, and Haitian Creole.


If you or a loved one has been injured, it’s important to find representation as soon as possible. The Harmon, Linder & Rogowsky law firm may be able to help you recoup lost wages due to an injury, gain compensation for medical bills, and more. Contact their law office today to get started.