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Family of breast cancer survivor files medical malpractice suit

As many Louisiana residents know, a fall can be devastating to some older individuals. Depending on the age and overall health of the person, a fall can result in injuries ranging in severity from bruises to broken bones or even internal injuries. In most cases, these falls are not fatal with proper medical treatment. However, one patient's estate has recently filed a medical malpractice suit claiming that the misdiagnosis of an injury caused the benefactor's death. 

Doctor Sues Practice for Allegedly Failing to Provide Malpractice Coverage

4 Common Examples of Dental Malpractice

When you hear the term "medical malpractice," what comes to mind? If you're like most people, you probably think of scenarios in which surgeons operate on the wrong side of the body or leave sponges inside the cavity before closing it up with sutures. 

How Can You Support a Loved One Who Has Experienced a Traumatic Birth?

Nothing is more exciting than hearing that someone whom you love is expecting. Whether it is your sibling, a best friend from college, or a coworker with whom you have grown close, you will likely be thrilled at the news and wish only the best for both Mom and baby.

Failure to diagnose cancer results in malpractice suit

There are patients in Louisiana who may know what it feels like to visit a doctor's office or be admitted to a hospital for the treatment of one illness, and then to leave after being diagnosed with something far more severe. It can be a terrifying thought. However, for some, the failure to catch such an illness is far more nerve-wracking. Some patients and those close to them may argue that a failure to diagnose a serious illness can be just as deadly as the illness itself. 

What Are Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs?

Healthcare providers are not always able to diagnose, treat, and heal their patients. But there's no reason why a patient should leave a doctor's office in worse condition than when he or she arrived.

Army veteran files medical malpractice suit after botched surgery

Veterans often have much to deal with when they return home from service. Even after many years, it can still be difficult for them to adjust. Many rely on VA hospitals and programs to help them readjust to everyday life. Unfortunately, as many Louisiana residents may know, some of these programs and hospitals are better than others. One army veteran has recently filed a medical malpractice suit against a veterans affairs hospital for mistakes made during a previous surgery. 

More Information Comes to Light Regarding Fatal Complication during Brazilian Butt Lift Procedure

Further investigations regarding the death of a Baton Rouge woman during an elective surgery have revealed that she died of fat clots that had traveled to her lungs and heart. The incident occurred on December 14, but the Miami-Dade medical examiner's office needed several weeks to complete the investigation.

Medical malpractice suit filed because surgeon left too early

When a loved one needs surgery, every family wants the procedure to be performed by the best available physician. However, as some Louisiana residents may know, it is easy for these doctors to take on too many patients. In some cases, this may result in sub-par care for those in need. One family has filed a medical malpractice suit against one such cardiac surgeon, claiming that his heavy workload contributed to their loved one being left in a vegetative state. 

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