Legal Advice for “Malpractice Claim” — 36 results
Written by attorney James Haigh, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Don’t begin treatment before making sure your patient knows what you are going to do. While this may seem obvious, many claims can be avoided by the simple step of confirming with the... more
Written by attorney Brenton D. Adams, about 2 years ago.
Medical malpractice liability may lie with doctors and other medical professionals who fail to provide acceptable care to patients. All doctors have a duty to provide reasonable care when... more
Written by attorney Holly R. Davis, about 3 years ago.
Medical malpractice is a term used to embody the negligent behaviors of medical professionals whose omissions or deliberate actions/ inactions have resulted in a failure to practice safe... more
Written by attorney James Mccarthy, over 3 years ago.
Establishing a Medical Malpractice Claim
Injury and Causation are the two legal concepts required for a medical malpractice claim. First, an injury must be established by an expert... more
Written by attorney Daniel Buttafuoco, almost 4 years ago.
Luc Marseille- 2011: Medical malpractice is a kind of professional negligence when a health care provider deviates from accepted amounts of care within the medical community and injures or... more
Written by attorney John M O'Brien, over 1 year ago.
Statistics say that over 90,000 deaths occur each year in the U.S. due to malpractice, this including including 7,000 deaths caused by medication errors.
This is a serious concern,... more
Written by attorney Alfred C. Laub, about 5 years ago.
WHAT IS MEDICAL MALPRACTICE ? Medical malpractice is defined by law as the failure of a health care provider to follow appropriate and accepted practice, which then results in an injury to... more
Written by attorney Casey B. Green, over 2 years ago.
In order to establish a claim of legal malpractice, a plaintiff must demonstrate three basic elements:
1) employment of the attorney or other basis for a duty; 2) the failure of the... more
Written by attorney Jennifer L Keel, over 3 years ago.
The burden of proof rests with the plaintiff in civil litigation, and this guide discusses the things a plaintiff must prove to prevail in a claim for medical negligence.
Written by attorney Jennifer L Keel, almost 4 years ago.
By Jennifer L. Keel
Atrial fibrillation (also called afib or af), is the most common
cardiac rhythm disturbancerequiring medical therapy, and is a frequent
cause of hospitalization.... more
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