How Do I Know if a Surgical Error Is the Result of Negligence?

All surgical procedures come with some degree of risk, and the more complex the procedure is, the greater the chance of complications. Even the most experienced surgeon can encounter serious, unexpected complications that are beyond his or her control to fix. Unfortunately, there are instances in which a surgeon, or part of the surgical team, » Read More

What Is Informed Consent?

In simplest terms, informed consent is how patients give permission for medical evaluations and treatments. Before more involved procedures can take place, a health care provider must get the patient’s agreement before moving forward. Throughout your lifetime, you may have been presented with and signed many informed consent forms, often without dwelling too much on » Read More

Does My Medical Malpractice Claim Qualify for a Lawsuit?

A 2018 study by Johns Hopkins University revealed a startling statistic. Medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the United States, accounting for more than 250,000 fatalities annually. That is one-quarter of a million people whose deaths might have been prevented with proper care. Everyone has the right to health care provided » Read More