Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice law governs the liability of doctors and other treatment providers when they cause harm to a patient by rendering their services in a negligent manner. All states have their own laws and procedures to handle these specialized personal injury cases.

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  • Filing a Birth Injury Lawsuit

    When a woman goes into labor, she puts the life of her unborn baby in the hands of well-trained medical professionals. In most cases that person is an obstetrician, gynecologist, neonatologist, or other doctor who has had the necessary training to safety deliver babies. Some women decide to go a slightly different, more natural route, by opting to have a midwife deliver their baby.

  • $17.6 Million Opiate Abuse Verdict

    In a stunning verdict that is being hailed as a message to physicians who overprescribe opiate medications, a St. Louis jury awarded $17.6 million in punitive damages to a couple severely affected by opiate abuse.

  • Importance of Filing Tort Claims Act Notice in New Jersey

    The New Jersey Tort Claims Act (“NJTCA”), N.J.S.A. 59:1-1, et seq., provides that “parties suing public entities must comply with strict requirements for notifying and suing those entities.” Feinberg v. N.J. Dep’t of Envtl. Prot., 137 N.J. 126, 134 (1994).

  • Stark Law Violations and Kickbacks
      by HG.org

    Section 1877 of the Social Security Act is commonly referred to as the “Stark Law.” This law has important provisions regarding physician self-referral for the purposes of Medicare and Medicaid.

  • Risks Of Opioid Painkiller Use

    Opioid painkillers such as oxycodone, morphine, or fentanyl are legal drugs commonly prescribed by doctors to treat severe pain. They can be helpful for patients managing chronic pain conditions who may have suffered a personal injury, but can have very serious side effects if overused or abused.

  • Talc Linked to Ovarian Cancer

    In a legal action that includes nearly 50 plaintiffs, Johnson & Johnson lost a second trial over claims that its talcum powder causes ovarian cancer.

  • Medical Errors Third Leading Cause Of Death

    A new study conducted by doctors at Johns Hopkins suggests that most medical mistakes are not noted in official medical records or death certificates.

  • Cardiac Stents and Medical Malpractice
      by HG.org

    Cardiac stents are among the most common and regularly used medical devices. They are used to open a person’s arteries. Every year millions of Americans receive these implants. An estimated $110 billion provides stents for approximately seven million Americans. Despite their common appearance in modern medicine, many medical malpractice claims arise due to cardiac stents.

  • Laser Injury Lawsuits against Non-Physicians
      by HG.org

    Skin procedures involving lasers have become a routine process for removing hair and reducing wrinkles. These surgeries have become popular to those that want to attain a specific look or have a younger appearance. Some of these procedures only require minutes to complete and are easy for patients. This has allowed a wider base of clients to opt for these operations. The convenience allows individuals of all ages the luxury of laser surgery.

  • Dental Medical Malpractice
      by HG.org

    Dental mistakes are just as common as medical mistakes. Sometimes making a mistake makes a cause for legal action to arise. Often, victims are unaware that they may file a claim because they do not know or understand their rights. Because insurance businesses do not publicize details regarding cases, little is known about many instances or the full extent of statistics regarding malpractice and dental mistakes.


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