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Medical Malpractice

Over 90 percent of all viable medical malpractice claims settle with liable insurers within two years. Contrary to dramatic television depictions, only about seven percent of medical malpractice cases end with jury verdicts. The best medical negligence lawyers are experienced negotiators who can maximize case settlement values while avoiding unnecessary…

Healthcare providers, including doctors, owe their patients a very high duty of care. They are supposed to perform all medical procedures correctly and reasonably under the circumstances and with your best interest forefront in their mind. They are also responsible for properly diagnosing their patients’ conditions and prescribing the appropriate…

Medical negligence and medical malpractice occur when healthcare providers, including doctors and nurses, make serious medical mistakes and omissions while treating their patients or performing various medical procedures. Doctors and other healthcare providers owe their patients a duty of reasonable care under the circumstances, meaning that they are responsible for performing…

In some professions, mistakes have fatal consequences. Losing focus during surgery, ignoring a patient’s allergy chart, or misreading test results may all result in life-changing injuries. Medical errors account for some of the most serious medical malpractice cases arising in civil court. Studies indicate that medical malpractice claimants often suffered…

Failing to diagnose and treat medical conditions accurately gives rise to the majority of medical malpractice litigation in the United States. Nearly 20 percent of patients report that doctors have incorrectly diagnosed them at some point. Sometimes doctors misread lab results, failed to take a thorough family history, or prescribed…

Medical malpractice refers to a tort (a civil wrong) occurring when a certified healthcare professional, such as a doctor, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant, fails to follow relevant medical standards and harms a patient accordingly. The harm might be direct, such as causing nerve damage during an epidural, or indirect,…

Some people assume that over-the-counter drugs, otherwise known as OTC drugs, are harmless—even when taken in large quantities. Nothing could be further from the truth. When people abuse OTC drugs, serious health complications—even death—can result. When individuals take OTC medications in the manner directed, these drugs are usually harmless. However,…

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and The Center for Insurance Policy and Research (CIPR) define insurance fraud as “an insurance company, agent, adjuster, or consumer who commits a deliberate deception to obtain an illegitimate gain.” Insurance fraud exceeds $100 billion in losses every year. Accordingly, consumers should beware…

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