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Surgical error can cause further injury or worsened condition

Making the decision to go under the knife for a surgical procedure is a big decision. Surgeries can be beneficial for many reasons, but they also come with their own set of risks versus rewards. Even the most routine surgery has the possibility of going wrong and causing harm to the patient. While not all of this risk for injury is due to the negligence of a medical professional or provider, it's possible that their actions or inactions can lead to an unnecessary injury for a loved one in a Pennsylvania hospital.

Is failure to diagnose the condition of a mother-to-be negligent?

If you or a loved one has received the news that you are expecting, it is an exciting time. Both the process of pregnancy and the impending birth can bring new challenges and successes for the family. While a person may be decorating the nursery and planning for the addition to their family, there is one thing families should be aware of during this time. It's the possibility that a medical condition could befall mother or child during the pregnancy.

How time constraints can affect medical malpractice suits

Everyone talks about how time goes so quickly. This couldn't be more true, especially when a person is dealing with a medical issue for themselves or a loved one. It can feel like the days, hours and minutes slip by very quickly, especially when a person is focused on improving their own or a loved one's health. However, it is important not to let too much time go by without action when a person believes that they or a loved one was injured by a medical malpractice incident.

Scranton family receives over $3M after fatal misdiagnosis

When a person has their health, they have everything, or so they say. While many are blessed with the gift of good health, nearly everyone will need medical care from time-to-time. If a person suspects that something with their heath doesn't feel right, they should see a medical professional right away. But, what happens when a person takes all the precautions when it comes to their health and yet something goes awry?

After a car accident, you may have “surprise” injuries

Car accidents are very violent experiences, often much more than you may realize initially. When people speak about suffering injuries in a car accident, they usually refer to injuries that are obvious at the scene of the accident, but many injuries do not cause any pain or produce visible signs that something is damaged, at least for a little while.

Appeals court sends infant injury case back to Philadelphia

As technology continues to evolve, it continues to impact our surroundings in positive and negative ways. There is no industry that technological improvements do not affect, and that includes the medical industry. One Pennsylvania family, however, found out the hard way how technology can impact their medical care.

Who could be responsible for injury due to metal hip replacement?

When Allegheny residents think about medical malpractice injuries, the first thought that often comes to mind is surgical errors. While this is absolutely accurate, there are lot of ways that a medical treatment or diagnosis could adversely affect a person's health. Hip replacement surgery has been a popular option for the suffering from severe joint pain or lack of mobility due to hip issues. However, it has been found that certain hip replacements are now known to be defective or otherwise harmful to those that have received them.

Motorcycle accidents increase in summer

While in the middle of summer, it is not uncommon to see motorcycle enthusiasts head out on the roads, whether it is in the Allegheny, Pennsylvania region or anywhere across the country. It is not hard to understand why motorcyclists embrace their time on two wheels; whether it is the warm breeze in their face or the intimacy of a bike and its rider with the road, the allure and passion for motorcycle riding is tangible. But motorcyclists do have unique risks that typical car drivers do not have to worry about.

How common are brain injuries in the United States?

Throughout the United States each year, millions of injuries happen to the brain, one of the most important organs in the human body. According to statistics from the United States Center for Disease Control, traumatic brain injuries, commonly known as TBIs, led to approximately 2.5 million hospital visits and nearly 300,000 stays in the hospital in 2013 alone.

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