Rhode Island Medical Malpractice Attorney
Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd.
Providence, Rhode Island 02903
(401) 456-0300 or(888) 808-3664
Law Firm Overview
Vincent D. Morgera, Ltd. & the Law Doctors based in Providence, Rhode Island, handles cases in the state and federal courts in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts. The firm has been awarded for their legal services to clients in Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Motor and Other Vehicle Accidents cases over the last twenty years.
I am Vincent D. Morgera, a personal injury attorney who has devoted my career to representing personal injury plaintiffs. For more than 30 years, I have refined my legal and medical knowledge to help people throughout Rhode Island, Massachusetts and New York achieve the best possible results in: Medical Malpractice; Personal Injury; Admiralty and Maritime Law. I am highly regarded for my legal ability and ethical approach to the practice of law.
As the founding attorney, I personally handle all cases from start to finish with support staff, including a professional nurse consultant. I also work closely with doctors who are attorneys and physician experts highly knowledgeable in all fields of medicine.
I offer a comprehensive approach to investigate, analyze and evaluate the complex medical and legal aspects of each case. My focus is on communicating to a perspective jury in plain English the medical issues involved, and my clients' individual stories help me achieve favorable results. Insurance companies are often prompted to make large settlement offers, knowing I am fully prepared to prove fault at trial.
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The notes a doctor takes during a visit with a patient can be crucial to that person's care and overall level of treatment. These notes can help a doctor review a patient's medical condition, form a diagnosis and share information with others who may participate in that person's care. For some time, the question has been whether patients should, or would even want to, review what their physicians write in those notes.Read Article
Doctors and hospitals are reducing errors and saving lives with an occupational concept fast-food restaurants have long used: checklists. Surgical teams started creating standardized lists of questions to use in operating theaters. In turn, patients and their families are now taking their own checklists to the hospital.Read Article