If you believe that your injury stemmed from an instance of medical malpractice and are seeking to take legal action, much of your claim will center on the legal term “standard of care.”
Below, our devoted New Jersey medical malpractice lawyers at Lynch… Read More
About 700 women die every year from pregnancy complications. The sad reality is that 60 percent of these deaths can be avoided with proper medical care. It is important to learn how to prevent these complications if possible and educate expecting mothers… Read More
Some diseases are more difficult to spot than others. Doctors may diagnose patients with the wrong disease because it causes symptoms sort of like those caused by the illness the patient is suffering from. No matter how it happens, victims of misdiagnosis… Read More
You have probably seen those lengthy prescription drug commercials promising relief from various medical conditions. After they describe how the drug can make your life better, they start listing all the dangerous side effects that make you wonder if… Read More
If you have been involved in a medical procedure or treatment that caused you to suffer an injury, you are probably considering the legal route. You may have heard that in order to seek compensation for damages you sustained such as additional medical… Read More
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