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Posts tagged "Medical malpractice"

Lawsuit confidentiality agreements may undermine patient safety

Thankfully, serious errors are rare in the modern hospital system; many individuals in the Cumberland and Fayetteville area may never be affected by a therapeutic oversight. Unfortunately however, some medical professionals do make accidental mistakes or behave in a careless or inattentive manner while they are at work. Negligence in a medical environment can have very serious consequences for patients, some of whom can experience complications and can go on to require long-term care as a result of doctor errors.

North Carolina birth injury victim's family fights for settlement

Birth injuries are devastating because the injuries often cause permanent damage, emotional pain and suffering, and financial turmoil. In addition to these consequences, parents may never be able to hear their child talk or walk for the first time when their baby suffers a birth injury at the hands of a negligent doctor in North Carolina. Parents may also need to make major changes in their lives in order to make sure their child receives the constant, life-long medical care he or she may need after suffering a birth injury.

Court: Doctor's relationship with patient led to malpractice

In North Carolina, patients have important rights that must remain protected whenever a healthcare provider deviates from the standard of care. But how does one know when a doctor has indeed deviated from the standard of care? What constitutes a medical mistake?

Fayetteville doctor finally held accountable for patient's death

Fayetteville patients go to their doctors for help. They expect to receive accurate diagnoses and the proper type of treatment for their illnesses, injuries and life-threatening health conditions. Patients don't expect to be harmed by their doctors when they are in need of medical help.

Medical malpractice causes nearly 100,000 deaths every year in U.S.

If you have been reading our Fayetteville, North Carolina, personal injury law blog for awhile now, you might be somewhat concerned about driving knowing that far too many accidents are caused by distracted, negligent and drunk drivers every year on our roads. After all, traffic accidents are one of the most common causes of accidental death in the U.S. But did you know that medical malpractice is the sixth leading cause of accidental death in our country?

Is your doctor prescribing the right medications for you?

Elderly Fayetteville residents and their families may greatly depend upon nursing homes, assisted living facilities and medical professionals to provide the elderly with quality care when they can no longer take care of themselves.

Patient says North Carolina doctor assaulted her during exam

When patients visit any type of medical professional in Fayetteville, they expect to receive treatment that will help them feel better. Patients certainly don't expect to be harmed by their physicians, surgeons and other medical professionals.

North Carolina mom warns other parents about birth injuries

One North Carolina mother who had experienced a normal pregnancy and expected to give birth to a healthy baby is now encouraging other pregnant women to learn more about birth injuries and complications during labor such as brachial plexus.

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.

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.

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