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If My Child Was Misdiagnosed, Is That Pediatric Malpractice?

Pediatrician checking girl's health condition.

When pediatricians misdiagnose or delay the diagnosis of a child’s illness or injury, the consequences for young patients can be severe or even fatal. However, misdiagnosis isn’t necessarily grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit. For misdiagnosis to qualify as medical...

What Are the Most Common Birth Injuries?

Newborn crying in the delivery room.

A happy and healthy baby is all any expectant parent hopes for. Unfortunately, thousands of newborns suffer serious birth-related injuries every year, many of which are entirely preventable. The emotional and financial strains that often accompany birth injuries can leave...

Can You Sue a Hospital or Doctor for Denying Medical Treatment?

Doctor and nurses rushing critical patient to emergency room.

Roughly 130 million emergency department visits occur in the U.S. every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Under Federal law, private hospitals with Medicare approval must provide emergency care to patients in need, regardless of their...

$10 million Verdict Reached in Medical Malpractice trial


A jury has returned a $10 million verdict against a defendant nephrologist in a medical malpractice case stemming from the death of a 63-year-old patient due to untreated acute kidney failure. The jury returned defense verdicts against two additional defendants:...

How Do You Know If You Have a Case for Medical Malpractice?

Exhausted surgeons after a long operation.

Doctors and other health care professionals frequently perform heroic, life-saving work, but they can also make life-threatening mistakes. Medical errors can leave patients severely injured. Some of the injuries are fatal. In one study, researchers from Johns Hopkins Medicine found...

What Is the Statute of Limitations for a Medical Malpractice Case?

Patient's spouse talking to doctor.

If you believe you may have grounds for a medical malpractice claim, you may be wondering about the laws and legal requirements that could impact your ability to pursue justice and the compensation you deserve. One of the most important...

What Is Considered Medical Negligence?

Surgeon in the operating room.

We trust doctors and other medical professionals with our health and our lives when we’re under their care. Many doctors and other health care professionals provide attentive care, but they’re also human. They make mistakes, and sometimes those mistakes can...

Do Most Medical Malpractice Cases Settle?

Injured man with his lawyer came to see his doctor regarding malpractice settlement.

Discovering you’ve been harmed by the negligence of a medical provider that you trusted with your health can be shocking and devastating. If this has happened to you, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses through a medical...

What Is the Difference Between Express and Implied Consent?

Doctors on meeting with the patient concerning his diagnosis.

All patients have a right to be informed about any treatments and procedures a doctor has proposed. Physicians have a duty to make sure their patients can make informed decisions about their health. There are two types of consent that...

CDC Investigates Tuberculosis Outbreak Associated with Recalled Putty Used in Spinal Surgery

Female patient coughing while talking to doctor showing signs of tuberculosis.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating a multi-state outbreak of tuberculosis in more than 100 spinal surgery patients who may have been exposed to TB bacteria through a contaminated bone repair putty. On June 2, the biotech...

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