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December 2015 Archives

Holding negligent doctors responsible for fatal errors


When residents in Pennsylvania require medical attention sue to an injury, illness or a disease, the person had put a lot of trust in the health care professional caring for them. And while patients rely on the diagnosis and treatment plans of their doctors and surgeons, medical professionals may make an error. These medical mistakes could cause a patient to suffer additional medical issues or even worsen their condition, risking the person's life.

What are the risks of a C-section?


Expecting mothers in Pennsylvania often develop a birth plan. This not only focuses on the needs of the soon-to-be mother, but also provides the mother some calm and ease as the birth nears. And while some birth plans go as planned, unexpected issues can occur. These issues can alter the plan or even lead to errors in the birthing process.

Cosmetic surgery can cause serious injury


Some Pittsburgh residents fantasize about getting plastic surgery. Everyone seems to have something they want to erase on their bodies, like their love handles, larger (or smaller) breasts or maybe a facelift. Although thousands of people undergo cosmetic surgery each year without any lingering side effects, a surgical error can still occur that causes serious injuries.

Improper care leads to worsened condition for cat bite victim


Many Pittsburgh residents have pets. Dogs, cats, birds, reptiles are all popular animals and companions for a great majority of people. But occasionally these animals lash out at their human caregivers and cause a serious injury. A woman is suing a Michigan hospital for medical malpractice, alleging they did not properly treat her and failed to diagnose her condition.

Medication errors are common and can be serious


When a Pittsburgh resident has to go to the hospital, he or she generally has a serious health concern. Hospitals are designed to help patients with serious medical conditions get better. But sometimes a patient can suffer additional injuries like medication errors when they are in the hospital.

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