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Medical Malpractice Archives

Are new North Carolina laws harming medical malpractice victims?

The past few posts on our Fayetteville personal injury law blog have covered some tragic motor vehicle accidents that have resulted in the deaths of a child, a young man and a bicyclist. Not only have these wrongful deaths affected the victims' families in unimaginable ways, but other motorists have probably felt some hesitancy about getting back on the road.

North Carolina hospital wants bacteria-fighting policy to spread

Patients don't check in to North Carolina hospitals expecting their conditions to get worse after receiving the proper treatment or surgery they may need. Quality health care and patient safety are expected to be top priorities for hospitals and medical professionals.

Justice for medical negligence is a long road in North Carolina

Failing to diagnose a patient's serious or life-threatening health condition because a doctor did not take into account all of the patient's symptoms, or failing to ensure that hospital workers understand their roles and responsibilities when taking care of patients are examples of medical malpractice that occur every year in the U.S.

Hospitals disclosing medical mistakes to reduce malpractice suits

Medical malpractice might not be as uncommon as one might think it is in Fayetteville. Mistakes can easily be made when doctors and nurses are negligent, or when hospitals fail to implement procedures to properly address emergency medical situations.

Cancer misdiagnosis: North Carolina woman cautions other patients

When Fayetteville residents experience abnormal symptoms that could indicate that there is something seriously wrong with their health, they turn to their physicians and other medical experts for help. After all, it is the duty of doctors to carefully analyze each patient's unusual symptoms and to perform any necessary tests in order to rule out a serious disorder or to make a proper diagnosis.

Mother educates families about patient safety after son's death

Patients and families in Fayetteville may understand that any type of surgery can be dangerous. However, patients and families also trust that when complications do arise during a surgery, doctors and other medical professionals will acknowledge that a mistake has been made and will do their best to fix any errors. Failing to notice that an organ was mistakenly punctured during an operation or failing to monitor a patient after surgery are forms of medical malpractice that can result in serious or fatal injuries.

Doctors find heartbeat hours after pronouncing child dead

Parents want nothing more than to know that their children are healthy and happy. Whenever children do get sick or suffer from serious health complications, Fayetteville parents oftentimes put their complete trust in pediatricians and other medical professionals to properly diagnose and treat their children so that they can get better.

Survey reveals doctors are not always honest with patients

When you visit your physician after experiencing abnormal health problems or concerns, you are putting complete trust in your doctor to diagnosis and treat your symptoms as effectively as possible. You also probably expect your doctor to be completely honest with you regarding what could be causing your health to suffer. However, a recently published study suggests that medical professionals in Fayetteville and throughout the entire country may not be as honest with their patients as we would all like to think.

Hospital sued by 11 North Carolina patients over doctor's abuse

Medical malpractice can happen under a variety of circumstances in Fayetteville and throughout the entire state of North Carolina. A doctor could mistakenly perform surgery on the wrong side of a patient's body, a nurse could fail to properly monitor a patient who has been given a strong painkiller and a hospital's inadequate policies and procedures could certainly jeopardize the health and safety of patients.

Child left blind and brain damaged after doctor's misdiagnosis

Children in North Carolina are treated every day by their doctors for minor illnesses such as colds, the flu and ear infections. But when pediatricians become too comfortable with assuming one's symptoms are a result of a minor illness, they could mistakenly ignore other symptoms that could suggest that a child is suffering from something far more severe than a cold. Failing to properly diagnose a child with an illness could result in further health complications if the child is not treated correctly and effectively.

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