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What Types of Surgical Errors Warrant a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

Even the most routine surgical procedures carry an element of risk, including infections, uncontrolled bleeding, reactions to anesthesia, and postoperative complications. Prior to surgery, physicians should discuss the general risks of surgery with the patient, including those that may be specific to the procedure being performed. Despite the years of education and training that surgeons » Read More


Can I File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit for Treatment Related to COVID-19?

Across the country, emergency department health care providers have been working around the clock, often putting their own health and safety on the line to help meet the enormous medical needs of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to the overwhelming toll that the Coronavirus is having on the health care system, we may expect to » Read More


What If I Am Injured During Emergency Room Care?

Medical malpractice occurs in hospitals and medical offices every day, but patients can be injured in an emergency room as well. Emergency rooms are filled with people, sirens, loud noises, and bright lights. Malpractice may not be apparent when it occurs in an emergency room. Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional acts in a » Read More


Choosing the Right Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Medical errors are the third leading cause of death behind cancer and heart disease. This is a shocking statistic because patients literally put their lives in the hands of health care professionals. Also, close to one-third of physicians in the United States have been named in medical malpractice lawsuits. If you were the victim of » Read More


Filing a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

If you were injured or your health was compromised while under the care of a medical professional, the thought of filing a medical malpractice lawsuit may be overwhelming. Unfortunately, medical mistakes do happen, and if negligence was involved, you should consider taking legal action against the health care professional in charge of your care and/or » Read More


What Steps Should I Take If My Health Care Provider was Negligent?

As patients, we put our health and safety in the hands of doctors, nurses, and other health care providers. We trust that they have our best interests at heart and that they are going to provide the best care possible. However, health care providers are also human and capable of making mistakes. Unfortunately, there are » Read More


Understanding Liability in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit

If a patient dies after receiving medical treatment at a hospital, the surviving family members may wish to file a wrongful death lawsuit if they believe negligence was involved. Depending on the details of the case, the family members may sue the negligent doctor and the hospital. However, that is not always the best course » Read More


What is Informed Consent?

Patients in need of medical intervention should be in a position to fully understand the risks involved before they undergo any procedure or start treatment. Doctors have an obligation to disclose the risks involved with specific treatments and to be sure that the patient understands the risks and agrees that the recommended treatment is the » Read More


Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional provides substandard care to a patient. Unfortunately, substandard care alone does not equate to medical malpractice. The substandard care must put a patient at risk to be considered medical malpractice. This means that a patient who wanted a different medical outcome does not have a medical malpractice claim. » Read More


Pharmacists Administer Insulin Instead of Flu Shot

Flu season is here, which means that people across the country are going to their health care provider or their local pharmacist to get their annual flu shot. The flu shot can have mild side effects ranging from soreness at the injection site, low-grade fever, and muscle aches, but many people do not experience side » Read More