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You can take legal action over a birth injury due to negligence

Going to a hospital or birthing center to welcome a new addition to the family should be a joyful time. It shouldn't be one that leaves you with sadness and questions about what went wrong. Unfortunately, there are some instances in which a mom and newborn aren't cared for properly. This can lead to harm being done to one or both of them. This is a tragic situation that likely could have been prevented if the medical staff had followed proper protocol.

Address your emotions after your loved one's tragic death

The feeling of grief is one that is crushing after you lose a loved one in a tragic accident. One of the most important things that people might focus on after that loss is what happened to their loved one. For some, the reality is that the person died at the hands of the very people who were supposed to help them. This is the case when a patient dies due to medical malpractice.

Emergency room negligence must be taken seriously

When people go to the emergency room, it is typically because they think that they have something seriously wrong with them. They expect that emergency room staff will be ready to provide them with adequate medical care. Unfortunately, not all patients get that type of care.

Reasons why the average obstetrician might order a C-section

If there's a life experience that might make you feel excited and terrified all at once, it's having a baby. From approximately nine months of pregnancy through hours of labor and delivery and after-care, you will likely go through things you've never encountered up to this point in your life. This is especially true if you are having your first child, but also possible if you're a mother of several children because no two pregnancies or childbirth situations are exactly the same.

Sharp or blunt surgical errors? Both are serious!

Surgical errors can negatively harm the patients who are seeking care for a medical condition. With the exception of an emergency procedure, the patients usually carefully consider their choices for the person who will perform the surgery. They should remember that even the most experienced surgeon can make errors in the operating room.

Grave damage can occur in a failure to diagnose case

Patients who go to the emergency room with signs that something is seriously wrong should be able to get the care that addresses the problem. This includes people who have a heart attack or stroke. Failing to diagnose these conditions properly can lead to the patient suffering from major health impacts, and it might even lead to death. We know that no patient should have to deal with a doctor not diagnosing their condition properly. When this does occur, the patient might choose to seek compensation.

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