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September 2017 Archives

Preventable birth injury could be overlooked in hospital error

With the advances in the medical field in the 21st century, illnesses and injuries are becoming more treatable and thus earlier diagnosed, with many diseases leaving less impact on those they adversely affect. However, technology and the medical field has become so advanced that patients are reliant on doctors and other medical professionals to make the correct suggestions for care. For mothers and their unborn children, this is an important time with health and the ability to be cared for correctly. Sadly, some mothers and unborn children experience a preventable birth injury due to hospital error.

Dosage mistake by medical professional could be due to negligence

Have you ever read the instructions on a medical prescription? Prescriptions can be prescribed by a doctor for a variety of medical conditions and symptoms. The labels on a prescription bottle can contain information, including dosage and how to take the medication. But, what if a doctor or other medical professional prescribed a drug that caused injury?

What are the upsides of a structured settlement?

When you or a loved one has been injured, the immediate thought is getting the injured person back to good health. This is entirely normal, but after the person's health has stabilized enough to worry about other facets of life, financial responsibilities often start to set in and people wonder about how to pay the bills. When another party is believed to be responsible, it may be worthwhile to seek damages for their involvement in causing or contributing to a person's injury.

Pelvic mesh verdict brings in over $50M for injured PA woman

Certain medical incidences have really gained momentum in terms of their ability to pay the injured for their suffering, health conditions and financial hardships. One such medical suit that has been making headlines in recent years involves injuries caused by pelvic mesh. Pelvic mesh is implanted when reproductive or other pelvic injury or surgery requires the device. However, in recent years, many types of pelvic mesh have come under scrutiny and have brought unnecessary injury to those who have used it.

Prescription drug injury and pharmacist negligence for mothers

Expecting mothers have a lot to think about when it comes to their health and the health of their unborn child. While many pregnancies go off without a hitch, some women really struggle or have complications during this time. However, many pregnancy-related conditions are not only quick to be diagnosed, but are often treated with medication or other treatment plans. However, it has been found that some medications prescribed to expecting mothers can harm the mother and/or the baby.

PA doctors fail to diagnose, woman awarded over $3M

Regular check ups are recommended by people and medical professionals alike. Regularly checking the status of a person's health is the best way to catch an illness early and, thus, make it more treatable. If left untreated, an illness is likely to become more resistant to treatment. One such illness, cancer, can be incredibly treatable in the early stages and much more difficult as time goes by.

Can you run out of time to file a medical malpractice suit?

No one wants to be involved in a lawsuit. Whether you or a loved one was injured in a car accident, work accident or while under the care of a medical provider, no one wants that kind of trouble. However, the law is kind of like insurance; you hope you will never need it, but it's there just in case. The law can help bring justice to an injured party in the form of a lawsuit

Spinal cord injury symptoms

Few injuries hold the ability to rob so many parts of life as a spinal cord injury. Depending on the severity of the harm, a spinal cord injury might leave you paralyzed or very high-functioning and living in constant pain.

Son seeks justice for mother from two PA medical providers

Making the decision to admit a loved one to a nursing home due to age or health-related issues includes many variables and isn't a decision made overnight. One must take into consideration their loved one's health, their needs, the needs of others involved and what would be in the best interests of the elderly person in question, among other things.

How is misdiagnosis different from failure to diagnose?

Sometimes, doctors, medical professionals and hospitals goof up. They might forget to pencil in your scheduled appointment or forget to send that prescription to your local pharmacy. The difference between these goof ups and a medical malpractice suit is fairly different. Medical malpractice related injury can occur in many different instances, one of which involves a situation where misdiagnosis or a failure to diagnose by a medical professional causes injury or illness.

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