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Injuries and medical malpractice claims

Most people are able to receive the medical treatment they need without any problems arising. This is not always true; however, with some people being injured or becoming ill along the way.

A medical malpractice claim can result from many circumstances, including but not limited to the following:

-- Failure to diagnose. For example, an emergency room doctor may fail to diagnose you with a serious disease, such as cancer, which leads to additional problems down the road.

-- Birth injuries. Medical negligence can lead to many types of birth injuries, such as brain damage and cerebral palsy.

-- Surgery errors. A surgeon can make many mistakes, such as operating on the wrong body part or the wrong person altogether. This can lead to permanent disability, paralysis and even death.

-- Prescription errors. If a doctor orders the wrong type of medication or a pharmacist improperly fills a prescription, the consequences can be serious.

-- Nursing home negligence. Residents of a nursing home expect to be treated with care at all times, but issues related to improper care can and do come about.

Medical malpractice is a serious problem in the United States. If you believe you were injured or made ill due to the negligence of a medical professional, you should learn more about your legal rights and how you can improve your life in the near future.

Those who are seeking additional information, such as assistance related to a particular type of claim, can get started by browsing our website. Focus on our medical malpractice page for targeted information and advice.

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