How Do I Sue a Doctor For a Birth Injury in Pennsylvania?

Parents spend months preparing for the birth of their baby with the hopes that they have a healthy baby after delivery. Unfortunately, if a doctor is negligent during the delivery, it is possible that something can go wrong and result in birth injuries to a baby. This can lead to significant physical, emotional, and financial damages. While financial compensation cannot fix everything, it can help cover these damages. If your…Read More

Is a Misdiagnosed Stroke Considered Medical Malpractice?

Imagine that you go to the emergency room because you are experiencing dizziness and a severe headache. When you finally get to see a doctor, they either diagnose a migraine, an inner ear issue like vertigo, or nothing at all, and they send you home. A few days or a week later, you have a massive stroke that is debilitating for you and your family. Unfortunately, this scenario happens far…Read More

Reasons Why You Need a Medical Malpractice Attorney

It’s often only after something devastating happens that people realize their need for an attorney. When someone experiences being thrown into legal proceedings or they want to pursue compensation for damages suffered due to a serious injury, they soon realize the importance of having a skilled and knowledgeable legal representative. Due to the complexities that come with a Medical Malpractice case, hiring a medical malpractice attorney is the first step…Read More

How Often Is Cancer Misdiagnosed?

A cancer diagnosis of any kind is scary. In 2017, nearly 1.7 million people received cancer diagnoses, and it’s expected that in 2018 close to 610,000 people will die as a result of cancer. These numbers are astronomical, and they make cancer the second leading cause of death in the U.S., only behind heart disease. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, the news was likely…Read More

What is Considered a Personal Injury in Pennsylvania?

Personal injury cases are the most common type of lawsuit filed in the U.S. every year. Generally, personal injury refers to the physical and mental injuries to a person, caused by someone else’s negligence. The injuries may be minor or they may be serious enough to cause a person’s death. When an injury like this takes place, the injured party (or surviving family) may have a personal injury case that…Read More

Is a Medical Misdiagnosis Considered Malpractice?

It isn’t surprising that a misdiagnosis – especially of a serious illness – can have devastating consequences. What may surprise you is just how often misdiagnoses happen. It’s estimated that as many as 20 percents of patients’ cases are misdiagnosed, which is more than medication errors and surgical mistakes, both of which garner much more attention. Even though misdiagnosis is more common, proving that its medical malpractice can be very…Read More

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