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Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | December 21, 2012

New Study Estimates Surgeons Make Preventable Mistakes at Alarming Rates

The decision to have surgery is likely one you have thought about long and hard. You’ve probably thoroughly discussed it with your doctor, done research, and perhaps even got a second or third professional opinion. Most importantly, you probably spent significant time choosing a surgeon you felt was trustworthy and capable.

Unfortunately, for about 4,000 Americans every year, this thorough decision-making process wasn’t enough to keep them

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | November 16, 2012

Philadelphia Woman Legally Blind After Botched Surgery

Medical mistakes happen every day, however not every mistake made by hospitals and medical doctors constitutes negligence or medical malpractice. The error which led to Anna Mazur’s legal blindness may be an example of a medical mistake that constitutes clear carelessness. Mazur, now 92-years-old, was at the University of Pennsylvania’s Scheie Eye Institute in 2011 for surgery to repair a blocked vein in her left eye,

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | August 2, 2012

Medical Malpractice and Defensive Medicine—Two Dangerous Trends

For years there has been a constant debate regarding the so-called need for ‘tort reform,’ also known as caps on damages, and whether or not this is a beneficial practice. The main argument is that by placing caps on the amount of money that can be received when someone is the victim of medical malpractice will help ease the staggering costs of healthcare in our country. The