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Needle-Stick Injuries

No needle-stick injury should be overlooked

If negligent storage practices or other irresponsible act in the workplace has led to your needle stick injury, tell the insurance companies you mean business. Contact our offices today by calling 1-877-294-6813.

The Centers for Disease control estimates that a thousand health care professionals each day are affected by needle-stick injuries. Health care workers may be injured during the administration of treatment or while storing or removing equipment. Wherever they may happen, needle-stick injuries are a serious hazard to health care workers.

In hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, labs, and private practices, the risk of exposure to a dangerous blood-borne pathogen is ever-present.

  • Hepatitis viruses B and C
  • Diphtheria
  • Typhus
  • Herpes
  • Malaria
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), that causes Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
  • Tuberculosis
  • Spotted Fever
  • Syphilis

Medical malpractice cases are often resolved through negotiations with the insurance company, not your doctor. The confidentiality of your health and medical records will be assured throughout the process.

Needle-stick injuries may change your life, but not your rights. Call Joe today.

If you are a victim of a needle-stick injury, you may be surprised over how complicated the process becomes. You may be overwhelmed with medical bills and insurance company paperwork. Let our experience guide you. Call Joe today at 1-877-294-6813. Our attorneys have been helping Maine families cope with personal injury cases for more than three decades.

You don't have to pay us anything before you win your settlement, and there is no cost for an initial consultation. Contact our offices today.