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Anesthesia Mistakes from Medical Malpractice

Anesthesia mistakes happen sometimes during surgeries, but It’s only after a serious event takes place, including severe brain injury or death, that the patient or the family ever becomes aware of the anesthesia mistake.

Medical Malpractice Lawsuit - Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

Were you injured by a doctor, nurse, or hospital? You may have a medical malpractice case. Before you proceed with a medical malpractice lawsuit, you should read this article.

Medical Malpractice and Medical Negligence in the United States

Medical malpractice and medical negligence includes: Medical misdiagnosis, failure to treat a medical condition in a reasonable period of time, surgical mistakes, anesthesia mistakes, and medication mistakes.

Kernicterus, Severe Jaundice, and High Levels of Bilirubin in a Newborn Baby from Medical Malpractice

In order to better understand kernicterus, we must understand the underlying causes which lead to the condition. If too much bilirubin builds up in a baby it can result in serious injuries to the infant, including brain damage (kernicterus).

Wrongful Death Claims and Medical Negligence

A wrongful death claim is filed by the family of a patient that was killed by the negligence of a doctor, nurse, or medical facility.

Doctor Malpractice, Hospital Malpractice, and Medical Malpractice

Every year approximately 225,000 people die from medical malpractice. Many cases of medical malpractice occur in hospitals and involve doctors, nurses, anesthesiologists, and other medical staff.

High Risk Pregnancy, Birth Injuries, and Medical Malpractice

While every pregnancy carries a risk of a birth injury, some pregnancies carry a higher risk. If a physician fails to detect a high risk pregnancy or provide the proper treatment for a high risk pregnancy and a birth injury occurs as a result, the family may have a case for medical malpractice.

Medical Malpractice Birth Injuries and Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy refers to a group of disorders of the brain. Cerebral palsy, which occurs from a lack of oxygen to the brain of the baby during labor or after delivery, is one of the most severe injuries that can occur during the birth process.

Birth Injuries, including Cerebral Palsy Resulting from Medical Malpractice

One of the most heart-breaking situations a family can experience is a birth injury. The most serious birth injuries are those that result in permanent brain injuries, which often happen because of a lack of oxygen or blood flow to the brain of the infant during labor or delivery.

How to Choose the Best Medical Malpractice Lawyer Possible for Your Medical Malpractice Case

Medical malpractice deaths are the third leading cause of death in the U.S. If you or someone you care about has been the victim of medical malpractice, you probably have many questions, including what should you look for when researching a medical malpractice attorney.

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