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Posted by on November 28, 2023

Can I Sue for Nerve Damage Caused During Surgery?

Nerve damage from surgery can deeply impact your life. These injuries can cause symptoms that range from persistent pain and discomfort to loss of mobility, sensory impairments, and even long-term disability. In these situations, you deserve justice—and if a surgeon’s negligence caused your nerve damage, you have the right to pursue a lawsuit against...
Posted by on October 18, 2023

Misdiagnosis Contributes to Bulk of Medical Malpractice Payouts

Medicine is a complex and difficult profession, requiring years of rigorous training and experience. Mistakes can happen at any job—but when a patient is involved, a doctor’s error can lead to devastating and sometimes life-threatening harm. One common medical error is misdiagnosis. When health professionals incorrectly identify or fail to identify an ailment, the...
Posted by on August 16, 2023

How Can Expert Witnesses Assist in My Medical Malpractice Case?

When you file a lawsuit for medical malpractice in Augusta, there are several facts that you need to prove. You need to show that the at-fault medical provider owed you a duty of care and breached it with his or her actions. At the same time, you must prove that the provider caused your...

When Is a Medication Error Considered Medical Malpractice?

Medication errors have been an increasingly prevalent problem in the healthcare industry, often resulting in a significant negative impact on a patient's health and well-being. If you suffered harm due to a medication error, you may wonder whether you can pursue legal action against the responsible medical professional. In many cases, the answer is...
Posted by on November 1, 2022

Examples of Medical Malpractice How to Know If You Have a Case

All healthcare professionals, including doctors, surgeons, and nurses, have a responsibility to uphold the medical standard of care. Whenever these providers treat a patient, they must ensure that their actions do not deviate from what a similarly trained, reasonable professional would do in the same situation. If a medical professional deviates from this standard...