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Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | September 2, 2014

Ask the Attorney: You Might Have a Med Mal Claim If…

Asker: Can I sue a medical professional for malpractice? What about suing a doctor for withholding information that caused a delay in treatment?

Attorney: Medical malpractice is a common focus of questions from clients and prospective clients. “Med mal” claims are notoriously complicated, even for those of us in the legal industry – and these cases are extremely confusing for people with no legal background. Most people

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer, Personal Injury | August 19, 2014

Ask the Attorney: Deadlines for Your Claim Range from Two Years to a Matter of Days

Asker: How long do I have to file a claim for injuries from a car accident or medical malpractice?

Attorney: I always say that after an accident, time isn’t on your side. There are time limits that restrict your legal rights to seek compensation for your injuries. These deadlines are called statutes of limitations, and they vary not only from state to state, but also depending

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | April 30, 2014

Medical Misdiagnoses Are More Common – and Dangerous – Than You’d Expect

A study from international healthcare journal BMJ Quality & Safety suggests that doctors make more mistakes than we realize when it comes to identifying our medical conditions. Medical errors happen with astonishing frequency, but the results of this study illustrate that misdiagnosis is far more common than the average American probably thinks. Each year in the United States, 12,000,000 patients are misdiagnosed.

Statistically, that means one in

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | October 16, 2013

In Hospitals and Your Own Home, Incorrect Dosages Put Children in Danger

Most of us don’t look twice at the dosages on our prescriptions. Milligrams, milliliters – these miniscule numbers mean little to us. All we need to know is how many pills or spoonfuls to take and how frequently to take them.

But ignorance isn’t always bliss, especially when the medication’s recipient is a child or even a baby. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC