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Understanding the Emotional Toll of Negligent Healthcare

It's easy to entrust your car to a mechanic or leave able-bodied plumbers to repair your septic tank. When it comes to your health, though, you're literally putting your life in someone else's hands. That's why it can be traumatic to learn a healthcare provider violated your trust by failing to provide a reasonable standard of care.

Woman Misses Deadline to Hold Hospital Liable for Husband's Death

The family of a man who allegedly died as the result of medical malpractice failed to file a wrongful death claim before the statute of limitations had passed. As a result, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal ruled that the deceased's widow and surviving children could not bring claims against the providers who treated their loved one nor against the hospital where he died.

What Kinds of Challenges Might I Face after Filing a Claim against My Obstetrician?

A woman can do everything right during the course of her pregnancy and still end up watching her infant suffer during labor and delivery because of a negligent obstetrician. The day you give birth should be one of the best of your life, but for victims of medical malpractice, it can be one of the worst.

Could My Doctor Be Liable for My Opiate Addiction?

When you seek medical care following a catastrophic injury, you trust that your healthcare providers will take both safe and effective measures to facilitate pain management. This might include giving you a prescription for opiates, which are synthetic drugs derived from opium.

How Long Does It Take to Resolve a Birth Injury Claim?

Coping with the challenges of raising a child who sustained a debilitating birth injury is incredibly stressful. Although watching your baby grow and develop can be rewarding, you may be struggling to cover all of the costs associated with his or her care.

What Are the Signs and Symptoms of an SCI?

If you suspect that you suffered a spinal cord injury due to a botched surgery, you should seek immediate medical attention. Although the damage may have already been done, a skilled trauma team can stabilize your condition and prevent life-threatening complications from arising.

Can I Sue the Hospital for an Independent Contractor Doctor's Actions?

Hospitals and other healthcare facilities are typically responsible for their employees' actions. This includes nurses and medical technicians, but it does not always include doctors, anesthesiologists, and other healthcare providers.

Can I File a Lawsuit Following a Cosmetic Procedure?

Cosmetic procedures are typically elective surgeries that people choose to undergo for the sake of improving some aspect of their appearance. As with any surgical procedure, complications can arise, mistakes can be made, and patients can suffer as a result.

Do Electronic Health Records Reduce Medical Malpractice?

According to Modern Healthcare, 96 percent of hospitals in the United States have adopted electronic health record (EHR) systems as of 2015. Both patients and providers are benefitting from the use of EHRs, but no recordkeeping system is foolproof when it comes to preventing medical malpractice.

3 Facts You Should Know About Medical Malpractice

Medical professionals have a duty to provide reasonable and attentive care to each and every one of their patients. If they breach this duty and a patient sustains a serious injury or an illness as a result, he or she has the right to file a medical malpractice claim.

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