Medical Malpractice

Examples of Medical Malpractice Where You May Need a Lawyer

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

We all know that medical malpractice is a serious issue, but it can be hard to know when you need to take legal action.  Medical malpractice can have devastating consequences for patients and their families. It is essential to know when can become a victim of medical malpractice, so you can pursue appropriate action for […]

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What Can I Do if My Child Suffered a Birth Injury in a Hospital?

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

Becoming a parent, especially a mother, is one of the best things on earth. The whole pregnancy was also your whole preparation for welcoming your new addition to the family. You will be the most excited one, expecting to see this little human being you’ve waited for for nine months.  Not all pregnancies go as […]

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3 Things to Know About Medical Malpractice

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

To start things off, malpractice is a legal term which describes a certain situation wherein a medical or health care professional has committed a blunder caused by either negligence or omission that goes against standards of health care and has resulted for the patient to sustain injury. While on the other hand the term medical malpractice is a legal term for a series of action as a respond to the malpractice which involves few processes and qualified professionals for filing a lawsuit such as lawyers.

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Elements of a Medical Malpractice Claim

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

In an usual scenes in an hospital, medical professionals are doing their best on assisting patients on their way to recuperation and maintaining their status of recovery through multiple and various medical means. But, human as we are, we make mistakes and so medical professionals do, though unfortunately, these blunders committed by them often lead to putting patients in harm or adverse events such as sustenance of injury, development of worse health condition, or even death. This specific phenomenon is called malpractice and a legal action or option that a patient may take is medical malpractice.

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Medical Malpractice Liability

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

In every case of medical malpractice, there is one side that is clearly been harmed or has sustained injury in the course of one’s medical activity which is the patient, the normal focus of a surgery or medical activity. Before, during, and after the medical activity such as surgery, the victim is confused and fear and even worse when a medical service has failed or has encountered an error and sustenance or sprout of another form of medical issue may be possible which could result in collateral issues regarding one’s quality of life.

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Two Major Risks Of Surgery Errors

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

Surgery errors are deemed rare in medical scene but unfortunately, they are widespread even in medical institutions aided with the most advanced technology let alone third world hospitals or bare minimum hospitals. It is disappointing to think that negligence plays huge part in the chances of occurrence of such surgery errors when patients who have experienced such has depended their well-being and recovery to those medical professionals.

In medical malpractice, there are three main surgical errors that are deemed major and widespread and it would be our great pleasure to discuss it in our blog and shed knowledge about it for you to recognize it immediately and an imperative to know what to do. And, specifically, medical malpractice is a legal term of an action taken when a medical professional has commited negligence or omission during duty that has rendered a patient in his/her care to be exposed from hazard or risks or even harmed them.

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Common Surgery-Related Malpractice Claims

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

Surgeons and physicians are one of the few qualified professionals to conduct a surgery and operate on a patient, as they are seen as expert in their specialized field, patients are dependent upon them about their health and may be worried about what’s coming for them and simultaneously, hope for the best.

The fear of uncertainty, topped with the current health condition that a patient is facing that has putted him/her to get a surgery is rational and relatable by most. But unfortunately, some of these fears come true such as fault in surgeries due to surgical errors involved with negligence on professionals’ end.

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Taking Legal Action After Bad Reactions to Botox

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

People choose to undergo cosmetic treatment as a way of coping with their age. These treatments are done to somehow ease the process of aging and feel good about oneself. There are no ethical problems and moral issues when it comes to slowing down aging. However, these treatments should hold medical professionals accountable for bad […]

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Section 313.121 Autopsy of Child in Apparent Good Health Who Dies Suddenly

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

Section 313.121 Autopsy of Child in Apparent Good Health Who Dies Suddenly Sudden unexpected infant deaths are very traumatic for their parents. Such death is made even worse because the cause is unknown. Given that an infant is healthy, this gives parents a hard time understanding and comprehending. A child’s parent makes them think twice […]

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Cancer Misdiagnosis

By Thomas Ryan | Medical Malpractice

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in U.S. along on the list with car accidents and cardiovascluar diseases. This specific disease is so impactful as it induced millions of deaths yearly that has affected millions of families across U.S. It could be fatal in its late stages and researchers stated that and encourages patients that the effort of early detection is a key factor for achieving the best clinical outcome for its most form of the said health condition. But this condition of early prevention is not met by the general patient stricken with cancer as they face delays of diagnosis due to personal negligence and even experience errors by the medical institution or professional itself which allows a specific disease to be worsen overtime and even dealt differently.

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