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Medical malpractice: Man files lawsuit after leg ampuation

Infections typically result from a type bacteria or fungus that results in negative symptoms for a human. When an infection is not treated properly or a person's immune system cannot handle the bacteria growth, serious complications and sometimes death can occur. Thankfully, with modern medicines, most infections can be quickly treated and corrected before life-threatening conditions can occur. Louisiana residents may be interested in one man's lawsuit who claims he suffered medical malpractice after a doctor inadequately treated his infection.

Medical malpractice: $28 milion judgment appealed by hospital

Despite a $28 million judgment in a patient's favor, legal battles and hearings continue to occur, and the patient has not seen any money from the hospital accused in the lawsuit. The case has been held up due to the hospital's appeal of the judgment. In addition, hearings must occur to discuss how and when payments may be made. Although it may seem like a lengthy process, Louisiana patients who have suffered similar medical malpractice may receive the financial assistance needed for medical care with the help of the right attorney. 

Doctors Using Potentially Risky Drug to Treat Back Pain

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Death results from a failure to diagnose a brain tumor

For many Louisiana patients, the early diagnosis of an illness could greatly affect their lives. A failure to diagnose an illness in a timely manner may seriously impact the effectiveness of treatments. In some cases, the failure to diagnose an illness may even contribute to the death of the patient. 

Failure to diagnose HIV results in $18.4 million verdict

There are many patients in Louisiana who rely on medical testing to identify an illness or to prevent other potential medical problems. Some patients request that certain tests be performed based on their family histories, their lifestyles, their jobs, or based on a medical professional's recommendation. However, when these tests are not performed, it is possible for important information to slip by doctors. Failure to diagnose a serious illness early can cause patients to suffer for many years.

Nearly $30 million awarded in medical malpractice case

As most Louisiana residents are aware, doctors keep very detailed records of a patient's health history, which includes not only past illnesses and injuries but also allergies. When treated quickly and correctly, allergic reactions are not often fatal. However, if doctors do not act quickly, or fail to administer the proper treatment for these reactions, then the results can be deadly. In those instances, families may choose to file a medical malpractice suit. A jury recently awarded $29.5 million to a family after their loved one died due to a doctor's failure to properly identify and treat her allergic reaction.  

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Mother awarded $4 million after failure to diagnose causes death

Many parents in Louisiana fear a day when their child may become ill and they are unable to do anything to fix it. Sometimes, parents who are ill with what may seem, to an adult, to be a minor illness may ask that their children be tested for that illness in order to prevent it or catch it early. A similar situation arose for one mother and her 32-day-old daughter. Unfortunately, the doctors' failure to diagnose illness in the child resulted in her death. 

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