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Medical Malpractice Verdicts Archives

Medical Negligence Leads to Late Breast Cancer Diagnosis

$12.8 Million Medical Malpractice Verdict

breast-exam-diagnosis.jpgOur client was involved in a case of medical negligence. When our client scheduled an annual gynecological exam she also requested a mammogram because of her age and family history with breast cancer. Our client was told there were no abnormalities and to schedule a follow-up appointment in a year.

Allegheny County residents can benefit from lawsuit verdicts

Whether going in for a routine check-up, a scheduled treatment or surgery or an emergency visit, there is a standard of care expected by medical professionals and medical facilities. In Allegheny County, it is important to receive quality and well-advised medical care. However, for those residents who don't, a medical malpractice verdict awarding damages may be a recourse for those who suffer 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.

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.

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.

Potential impact of favorable verdict in medical malpractice case

When it comes to most Pennsylvania residents and their families, there is high priority given to health and wellness. When a family is happy, healthy and thriving, it feels like there is nothing in a person's way. That's why when a loved one or family member suffers an illness or injury, it can feel like a person's world has been turned upside down. A person would do anything to help their loved one in such a situation.

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?

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