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Medical Malpractice

Common malpractice issues involving cosmetic surgery

On behalf of Jon Perry of Rosen Louik & Perry, P.C. posted in Medical Malpractice Articleson Thursday, January 17, 2019. A vast majority of plastic surgeries leave patients completely satisfied with the results. However, some procedures can leave clients feeling that the results were not even close to what was promised and expected. Despite the fact that this is often […]

Doctor at the center of $215 million (and counting) in lawsuits

A gynecologist working for the University of Southern California (USC) is at the center of multiple lawsuits filed by more than 400 patients who accused him of sexual abuse and other improper acts. The president of USC has offered former patients a proposed settlement of $215 million in October of 2018 after her predecessor was dismissed for not addressing the matter in a satisfactory manner.

Cerebral palsy and medical malpractice: what you should know

An estimated 746,000 adults and children suffer from cerebral palsy, and about 8,000 infants are diagnosed with it each year. It is an incurable disorder, and those diagnosed with it may have difficulty standing, balancing, moving, breathing, swallowing, communicating, sleeping, and even learning. What is cerebral palsy? And how is it related to medical malpractice?

Medical malpractice settlement can be life-changing for injured

Seeking medical care is almost always advisable and recommended when you or a loved one is suffering from an injury or illness. Prior to meeting with medical professionals, the patient may be suffering from symptoms of an undiagnosed illness or injury. One job of medical professionals is to accurately diagnose and treat ailments that Allegheny county residents may be suffering from. From the first point of contact to the last treatment or check-up, errors can occur that can greatly impact a person’s quality of life.