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medical malpractice evidence
Every day, millions of Americans depend on medical providers to take care of their medical needs and ensure they are provided with appropriate treatment. This care may involve prescribing medications, performing surgical procedures, formulating a medical assessment, or ordering medical tests to make a formal diagnosis.  While medical professionals undergo extensive schooling and training, they...
common medical errors
When you seek medical treatment, you depend on your medical provider to provide the care that you need at the level that is required. While medical malpractice can occur at any level, there are some areas in which medical malpractice is more common and more likely to occur. One of the most common areas where...
Since its discovery more than 100 years ago, not much information has been provided about the financial impact of cerebral palsy on families or patients dealing with this tragic injury.  This lack of literature, however, does not diminish the fact that the average lifetime cost of treating a child with the condition can have a...
Causes of injuries in rehab facilities
Across the United States, there has been an influx of new drug and alcohol rehab centers in recent years. These much-needed medical facilities are not hospitals, but they do provide complex inpatient and outpatient treatments to individuals who require a specific type of medical care.  And despite the risk for patients to suffer serious injuries...
medical errors involving children
It is unavoidable that children will have accidents and suffer injuries from time to time. The most common causes of pediatric injuries are car accidents, suffocation, drowning, poisoning, burns, and falls.  Normal daily life and just being a kid will invariably result in kids experiencing everything from bumps to bruises to broken bones. When a...
wrong site surgery medical malpractice
Wrong-site surgery, which is a “never event,” isn’t as uncommon as you may think. This occurs when a surgery is performed on the wrong site or side of a patient’s body, the wrong procedure is performed, or a procedure is performed on the wrong patient. This can happen for various reasons. According to the Joint...
how to identify bad rehab centers
When an individual decides to enter a drug treatment program, it is an important step in the right direction. Despite all the advertisements and hype, not all drug treatment programs are the same. Research has revealed that with the national opioid crisis continuing to grow, some drug treatment centers are more concerned with making a...
surgery mistakes could be medical malpractice
All medical professionals, including nurses and doctors (and especially surgeons and anesthesiologists who frequently work on patients with life-threatening conditions), have a duty of care not to harm their patients. When a medical professional doesn’t meet the proper standard of care for their patient’s condition, and this results in injury, this could be a case...
why prescription drug errors happen
Medical malpractice can lead to serious injuries, and often, these injuries can be caused by prescription errors. Studies show that one out of every three adverse drug events is caused by a nurse administering the wrong drug to a patient. Fortunately, about 86 percent of all potential drug errors are caught by nurses. Otherwise, the...
social media rules for medical malpractice case
There are many benefits of social networking, and it seems that almost everyone is on at least one social platform. But if you are a party in a medical malpractice case, the details from your online social media accounts can be used as evidence that could be harmful to the outcome of your case. Defense...
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