Medical malpractice is a scary situation that a lot of people will experience at some point in their lifetime. Since malpractice is not an everyday occurrence many patients might not know the signs to look for in a potential case. When you visit the doctor or spend time
Prescription errors can lead to injury or even death in some circumstances. Holding accountable those who caused the prescription error is an essential part of both compensating the injured and discouraging careless, reckless, or negligent conduct in the pharmacy.
Doctors go through a number of diagnostic steps when a patient comes to them with health issues. At any point during this process, a physician may fail to order the correct tests and/or misread results, which can result in a missed or incorrect diagnosis. These types of
Perhaps one of the most commonly prescribed schizophrenia drugs in the United States is Seroquel, which is manufactured by AstraZeneca. Seroquel was primarily created to treat serious symptoms of schizophrenia, including paranoia and delusions. Though Seroquel was designed
Medical malpractice occurs when a health care professional, doctor or hospital worker injures a patient due to negligence. The injury could have been caused by faulty treatment, a diagnosis error, ineffective health management, or poor aftercare. A person who suspects they are a victim should discuss
Settlements have been reached in the first lawsuits of a massive multidistrict litigation (MDL) case against pharmaceutical companies Bristol-Myers
The relationship between a doctor and a patient is entirely dependent on trust. When we enter a hospital with serious injuries, we place our lives in the hands of complete strangers. While in many cases, this decision makes a positive difference, it can also lead to medical malpractice.
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