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or Did you know that just because you suffer a complication following surgery does not necessarily mean there's a basis for a valid medical malpractice case in New York? It's true. Most injured victims think that just because they developed a complication during or following surgery means that something was done wrong. It may, but many times that's not the case. Watch the video to find out what the most important question is in a surgical complication case. Is the complication a known recognized injury that can occur even in the best of hands? Is it a known risk that can occur? Or, is it something that should never have happened? Even if something went wrong during surgery, when was it recognized? Did the surgeon realize during surgery what happened and then make efforts to fix the problem? Was the problem recognized after you were discharged home? All of these questions are crucial to understand whether you may have a valid case here in New York. Find out why this particular case was not the right one for me. Even though we probably could have shown there was medical negligence and that the carelessness caused injury, find out what was missing that prevented me from investigating further. Want to learn more? Watch the video. To learn even more about how negligence and medical malpractice cases work in NY, I urge you to explore my educational website http Ifyou have legal questions pick up the phone and call me at 516-487-8207, or send me an email ...