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The coronavirus (COVID-19) did not and does not stop us from working for you.  

Here at, David A. Axelrod & Associates, P.C., we’ve adapted to the changes caused by temporary court closures, keeping the protection of our staff, clients, and families in mind.  Through it all, we’ve remained available for your needs. 

Our continued work has resulted in our entering into a confidential $2.5 million settlement in a medical malpractice case.

Surgeons performing surgery in an operating room.

Ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) were originally designed to offer patients an alternative to traditional hospitals for minor surgical procedures. These centers typically offer the convenience of same day, outpatient services, and are generally able to perform procedures at a lower cost. While services vary by center, they may perform a myriad of procedures ranging from tonsillectomies and colonoscopies to complex joint replacements and spinal surgeries.

Doctors performing surgery

The basis for a malpractice claim is that a medical provider made an error which would have not occurred given the expected standard of care under similar circumstances. If a patient receives sub-standard care from a medical professional and it results in harm to the patient, it may be a case of malpractice. Errors that could lead to malpractice typically stem from poor judgement by a medical professional or when a medical professional improperly performs a treatment.

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