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How wrongful death claims work in New Mexico

When someone dies prematurely due to another person's deliberate actions or negligence, that death is said to be "wrongful." In some cases, criminal authorities may get involved -- but when the death was an accident, the victim's survivors usually have to seek a measure of justice in civil court.

University of New Mexico Hospital is facing legal action

You count on hospitals to provide you with the optimal care for your condition. Most patients know that they won't get perfect care in the emergency room; however, they still expect care that aligns with or exceeds the established standard of care. A patient who is admitted to the hospital or gets outpatient care expects the same thing. Unfortunately, some patients don't get that type of care.

The most common pharmacy errors you may see

Nobody's perfect, right? That's not a bad thought -- unless you're talking about someone whose mistakes could literally mean life or death for another human being. Pharmacists have to exercise considerable care during their daily work because a single mistake can be devasting.

Even small errors can lead to great patient harm

Despite the ample evidence that shows doctors make more errors when they are fatigued, many still have to work hours that would force someone in a different profession to quit. This atrocity is one that can lead to harm to patients who are counting on their doctors to provide suitable care to them.

Doctors may miss warning signs of these medical conditions

Consistent pain and other problems could indicate that you may have a medical issue that may require medication or some type of treatment. When you think something is wrong, you probably call your New Mexico doctor and make an appointment to see him or her as soon as possible. When you do this, you trust that you will get the right diagnosis and the specific type of treatment you need.

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