A Note from Stroke Law Co-Founder Cory Rosenbaum, Esq.
StrokeLaw.com was created and is maintained by two lawyers whose combined experience representing victims of medical malpractice exceeds 50 years. Our goal with this website is to provide the public at large with a single place to go to obtain information about stroke, the causes of stroke, the latest scientific information regarding preventing stroke and treating people who suffer stroke and also educating people about the rights that they have when doctors and hospitals fail to recognize the symptoms of an impending stroke, failed to properly treat someone who is suffering stroke and where doctors and hospitals fail to act quickly.
“Time is brain” is the mantra when it comes to treating victims of stroke. What this means is that every minute of time that is lost by a doctor or hospital failing to recognize the symptoms of stroke or failing to treat the patient causes more brain damage.
Visitors to this site should feel free to use all of our resources on the site and to also call or write Mr. Fader or myself for information about what rights they may have after receiving treatment by any doctor or hospital.
If after speaking or communicating by email you wish to retain our services to bring a lawsuit for medical malpractice against any doctor or hospital that failed to treat you or your relative properly, we will carefully review the facts of your case. If we represent you or your family, we will handle the case without you paying any money out of your pocket.
If we represent you or your family, we will wait until the case has a successful conclusion and be paid only from the proceeds of the lawsuit. This is called a contingency fee.
If you live outside of New York State and you want us to accept your case, we will associate ourselves with a lawyer that is admitted to practice in your state and do everything we can to pursue your rights to a successful conclusion.
Bob Fader and I strongly believe that by holding doctors and hospitals responsible for their conduct and for their errors that we not only obtain fair compensation for our clients but we also believe that we help to make all doctors and hospitals more responsible for their actions.
When doctors and hospitals know that they will be held accountable for their mistakes, we hope that they will be more careful and fewer mistakes will be made and fewer people will be hurt.
– Cory Rosenbaum