Before undergoing medical treatment, you must be adequately informed about the procedure and any known risks you may face. Only when you provide a health care provider your informed consent to proceed with treatment can he or she actually perform the… Read More
Patients depend on health care providers for accurate and timely diagnosis of their conditions so they may receive the correct type of treatment. When a health care provider fails to correctly diagnose the patient’s conditions, the patient may suffer… Read More
When medication errors are made, serious side effects and even death can result. Prescription medications must be carefully written, prescribed and administered to avoid causing harm to the patient.
Medication errors leading to injury can be cause for… Read More
Hospitals, like health care providers, can be held liable when a patient suffers an injury or death as a result of medical negligence. However, there are several factors you must be able to prove before you can recover compensation for a medical malpractice… Read More
Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider’s negligence causes him or her to make an error that results in a patient’s injury or death.
However, just because the outcome of a medical procedure did not go as expected does not mean a doctor… Read More
Health care providers are expected to provide patients with competent medical treatment that follows the medical community’s standards. When doctors fail to uphold their duty of care, it can result in patients suffering serious injury or death.
However,… Read More
Cerebral palsy is a permanent medical condition that develops during pregnancy, during the birthing process or shortly after birth. Unfortunately, cerebral palsy often occurs during the birthing process as a result of the attending health care provider’s… Read More
When a health care provider’s negligent treatment causes harm to a patient or worsens his or her condition, the patient may be entitled to compensation by filing a medical malpractice lawsuit.
However, these types of cases are often complex and require… Read More
Each day in the U.S., one in 25 hospital patients will contract an infection, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These infections are known as hospital-acquired infections, and they are the cause of tens of thousands of deaths… Read More
Severe birth injuries are a real possibility during pregnancy, labor and delivery, and the first month of life. Some occur naturally, while others are the result of medical malpractice.
If your child suffers from one of the following birth injuries that… Read More