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Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Liability If Physician's Negligence Causes Child's Erb's Palsy Injury

22nd February 2011
Erbís palsy is a type of an injury that can affect a babyís shoulder, arm and hand, giving the baby a limp arm. This type of injury may arise in the course of childbirth if excessive pressure is applied, thereby damaging the nerves in the shoulder. In cas...
Author: J. Hernandez
Medical Malpractice

Can a Medical Negligence Claim Arise From a GP Misdiagnosis?

03rd February 2011
Whenever you receive medical treatment, it is up to the medical professional, by law, to provide you with what is termed as a 'duty of care'. This is not a loose term but is governed by the doctor's professional body, the General Medical Council (GMC) - d...
Author: Tim Bishop
Medical Malpractice

Malpractice Cases Alleging Child's Erb's Palsy Was Attributable To Physician's Error

18th June 2010
Erb's palsy is an injury that affect's a newborn's shoulder, arm and hand, giving the newborn a limp arm. An Erb's palsy injury can arise in the course of childbirth if excessive pressure is applied, harming the nerves in the shoulder. In case your child ...
Author: J. Hernandez
Medical Malpractice

Exactly how Can You Prove Medical Malpractice?

25th May 2010
Even though it isn't going to become publicized except in very serious instances, medical malpractice is something that happens very much more regularly than a lot of individuals seem to think. This occurs when a physician or health care professional pres...
Author: Shawn Hayneson