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How Do I Know I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?



Medical malpractice is responsible for roughly 250,000 deaths each year. Understanding the standard for patient care could be the difference between life and death. Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor does not meet the predetermined standard of care while treating a patient resulting in harm, injury, or death. Know your rights as a patient and […]

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Birth Injury vs. Birth Defect



Bringing a child into the world should be an amazing experience. However, the truth of the matter is, things can quickly take a turn for the worse. Birth injuries are, unfortunately, common and are often a result of medical malpractice. However, there is a difference between a birth injury and a birth defect. Knowing the […]

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What is the Patient’s Bill of Rights?



With Patient Safety Awareness Week behind us, it’s so important that all patients can understand and identify their medical rights. Many times, medical decisions are being made in a hectic environment and patients may not understand their options. The Patient’s Bill of Rights tries to improve the relationship between patients and providers by explaining how […]

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What is Informed Consent in Medical Malpractice?



Let’s set the scene: Unfortunately, you’ve been having some ongoing health issues, but your doctor tells you there is a procedure to fix it. The doctor explains to you what the procedure is, the likely outcome, and any risks of performing it. You think about the risks but decide you would like to get it […]

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Medical Malpractice Facts



How to Prevent and Understand Medical Malpractice as a Patient American medical practices have come a long way since people went to the local barber for bloodletting, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. According to a 2016 Johns Hopkins University study, more than 250,000 people die in the United States every year due to medical […]

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