Patients in hospitals sometimes have a risk of falling. There are many reasons why this might happen. Medical conditions, medications and similar factors can all mean that a person is unsteady on their feet. So how do hospitals handle people with an increased risk of falling?
Living with a brain injury isn't easy. Even minor injuries can impact you in ways that you didn't expect. These difficulties can extend to your career, your social life and your home. We realize that finding solutions to deal with these challenges can be stressful.
For most New Mexico parents and others throughout the nation, having a baby is typically one of the most exciting, joyful experiences in life, that is, as long as nothing goes wrong during pre-natal, labor, delivery or post-natal care processes. You may be the type of person who likes to research potential risks ahead of time when you are planning to give birth or participate in some other activity that can be dangerous.
Elderly individuals face several hazards on a regular basis. One of the biggest risks that they face is falling. Many people don't think about how dangerous a fall can be for an elderly person because of how minor falls from low heights are for others. Even falls from a standing or sitting position to the ground can devastate an older person.
Some medical errors don't cause any serious issues for the patient, but others are harmful or even deadly. When a patient is harmed due to a doctor's errors, there isn't ever an acceptable excuse for why the incident occurred. We are ready to help you take action to seek compensation for the harm you suffered.