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Medical malpractice claims can be filed against a doctor, surgeon, nurse, or other medical professional, as well as a hospital. These claims can include:
Birth injuries – Birth injuries can occur before, during, or immediately following the birthing process. These injuries can lead to permanent, debilitating conditions that significantly impact a person’s quality of life.
Delayed or ineffective treatments – Doctors and nurses are trained to recognize the signs and symptoms of serious injuries. Once they see the potential for a health complication or medical condition, they must act quickly to provide adequate tests and treatments for patients.
Misdiagnosis – One of the most common forms of medical malpractice is misdiagnosis. Misdiagnosis can lead to expensive, unnecessary, and potentially harmful tests and treatments that worsen a patient’s condition or create new health problems.
Prescription drug errors – Prescription drug errors can happen at any point in the drug distribution chain, from manufacturing to filling a prescription. Adverse drug reactions are one of the most common forms of medical-related injuries.
Surgical errors – Thousands of surgical errors occur every year in the United States. They include wrong-side errors, wrong-procedure errors, and leaving objects inside the body of a patient.
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Over 5,300 people are hospitalized each year with brain injuries resulting from being struck by or against an object.
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On average, 76 infants per day are born with injuries. Help represent these families against medical mistakes and neglect.
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It’s estimated 225,000 people a year die from some form of medical malpractice, including incorrect dosage, surgical error, or wrong diagnosis.
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Medical malpractice is the failure of a healthcare professional to uphold an accepted standard of practice.
Medical malpractice may lead to unnecessary pain, serious injury, and even death.
Medical malpractice can have a devastating impact on patients and their families.
Medical malpractice is legally actionable under many state laws.
We’ve all had unsatisfactory experiences with doctors and treatments that don’t work. These are not in themselves indicative of malpractice or negligence. In order for a situation to fit the legal definition of medical malpractice, a patient must be injured due to the failure of a health care provider to practice medicine within certain acceptable professional standards expected of a reasonable, prudent healthcare provider. All healthcare professionals are governed by this legal standard of care and may be sued for malpractice when they violate it.
Medical malpractice is defined by an act of negligence — or failure to uphold an accepted standard of practice or care — by a healthcare professional, such as a doctor, surgeon, nurse, or pharmacist. These errors can often have serious consequences for a patient and can lead to major injuries, illness, or even death.