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Medical Malpractice

Why Most Medical Malpractice Victims Are Never Compensated

08th August 2011
While many medical malpractice victims do receive fair compensation, many medical malpractice victims receive nothing. This is surprising considering it is ranked the eighth leading cause of death in the United States. There are several reasons why most v...
Author: LBuckfire
Medical Malpractice

Negligence and Malpractice Laws

17th June 2011
Damages will be awarded based on the amount or percentage at fault. For example if the damage is $500 and the other party is 60% at fault he or she will have to pay $300 to the other driver. Insurance companies will usually provide coverage for "mini-tort...
Author: Ernest Conway
Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Lack of Communication is the Biggest Cause!!

03rd February 2011
Every year all around the pleading world, there are thousands of people get ill, the world is narrowing for a human life, advancement has given fruits to us but also bring us the fears of global warming, pollution, and the ever increasing rate of newer di...
Author: Muhammad Saad
Law

Birth Injuries and Cerebral Palsy Lawyers

28th January 2011
If you are a parent then your top priority in life and the thing that you want the most is to protect your children. That's one of the reasons why when medical malpractice results in a birth injury many people feel as though they are compelled to get jus...
Author: Wendy Moyer
Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice - Bacterial Meningitis

22nd November 2010
Physicians are entrusted with the well-being of their patients. But sometimes even doctors make mistakes. These mistakes may sometimes be relatively minor. However there are times that they can be the cause of permanent injuries or even death. These m...
Author: Wendy Moyer
Legal

Errors The Failure To Diagnose Your Breast Cancer Prior To Metastasis May Constitute Medical Malprac

17th November 2010
Situations regarding the delayed detection of breast cancer typically involve 1 or 2 medical mistakes - failing to do diagnostic tests to rule out cancer when a lump is felt in the breast and misreading a mammogram. Should a physician make one of these mi...
Author: J. Hernandez