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Posted By Legal Team | February 6 2024 | Medical Malpractice

Large Malpractice Verdict Amounts Against Physicians Increase

Large Malpractice Verdict Amounts Against Physicians Increase  A surge in large medical malpractice awards targeting physicians and hospitals is part of new data released on February 2, 2024, by the global reinsurance company TransRe. In 2023, a record number of 57 medical malpractice verdicts of $10 million or more were recorded in U.S. Of these,…

Posted By Legal Team | June 15 2023 | Medical Malpractice

The Weekend Effect: Higher In-hospital Mortality for Patients

When it comes to healthcare, the goal is to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients. However, recent studies shed light on a phenomenon known as “the weekend effect.” It means that patients admitted to hospitals on Saturdays and Sundays experience higher in-hospital mortality rates and a lower rate of potentially life-saving procedures compared to…

Posted By Legal Team | March 28 2023 | Medical Malpractice

Who Can I Sue for Medical Malpractice?

We trust our healthcare providers with our very lives and always expect them to act in our best interests when we come to them for medical treatment, surgeries, or procedures. But when a healthcare provider’s negligence or mistake causes you to sustain an injury or worsened medical condition, that provider is responsible and must compensate…

Posted By Legal Team | January 19 2023 | Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death

Misdiagnoses in ED Lead to 250,000 Deaths a Year

A visit to a hospital emergency department should have a positive outcome whereby doctors quickly and accurately assess your injury or illness, decide if you need additional testing or care, and if so, admit you. But the care that patients receive was criticized in a recent government study which reported that 250,000 Americans die yearly due…

Posted By Legal Team | March 30 2022 | Firm News, Medical Malpractice

What is your chance of a major medical misdiagnosis?

One in 10 people with symptoms caused by a major vascular event, an infection or cancer will be misdiagnosed, according to a study from researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and CRICO Strategies. That’s a shocking statistic and one you shouldn’t ignore. More than half suffered a permanent disability or death because…

Posted By Legal Team | November 21 2020 | Birth Injuries, Firm News, Medical Malpractice

Retinopathy of Prematurity Can Lead to Baby Blindness If Not Treated Properly

Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) is a relatively common eye disease among premature and low birth weight infants. The second highest cause of blindness in children in America, it affects about 15,000 premature babies each year, with several hundred suffering complete or near-complete blindness. One of the most well-known people who lost his sight from ROP…

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