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Why Medical Malpractice Cases Are Difficult to Prove
Why Medical Malpractice Cases Are Difficult to Prove

Medical malpractice occurs when a patient receives medical care that is deemed to have deviated from the standards of care deemed acceptable by medical experts. This negligent care then leads to actual harm to the patient. You have probably heard of various medical injury ...

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Blog posts in Medical Malpractice

  • The Challenges of Filing a Medical Malpractice Claim

    Medical malpractice cases are often complex and, without proper legal assistance at your side, incredibly difficult to win. For every winning case you ...

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  • Never Events Happen Far More Often Than Never

    You would never expect a surgeon to live a sponge, towel, or gauze inside of a patient. You would never think that a surgeon could perform the wrong ...

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  • Why Breast Cancer Diagnosis is One of the Most Common Medical Malpractice Claims

    It is known among lawyers and medical professionals alike that breast cancer is one of the most frequent misdiagnoses leading to medical malpractice ...

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  • Differences Between Birth Defects and Birth Injuries

    After months of planning and excitement, the wait is over and you meet your beautiful new baby. It’s generally the one wish of all parents that their ...

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  • Common Emergency Room Errors

    Medical malpractice claims are all too common, leaving patients in a condition far worse than the one they were in when they first set foot in the ...

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  • What Is Informed Consent & What Happens If I’m Not Asked for It?

    Any time you receive medical treatment, you receive information regarding the procedure or treatment that is recommended to you by your health care ...

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  • How Medical Negligence Can Lead to Amputation Injuries

    When we think of amputation injuries, we usually think of catastrophic accidents that result in severed limbs. However, sometimes these terrible and ...

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  • Florida Medical Malpractice “Crisis” Case Dropped

    Last December, we wrote about a medical malpractice “crisis” which was established in 2000 but called into question by Florida Supreme Court rulings ...

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  • Is Informed Patient Consent Always Necessary Before a Medical Procedure?

    A cornerstone of our healthcare system and its regulations is informed patient consent . The ideal situation is that every patient will always know ...

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