The Brian Tally VA Employment Transparency Act, medical malpractice laws for veterans across the nation, and protecting our veterans
Common medical errors can range from medication errors to errors related to anesthesia, also known as anesthesia medical malpractice.
COVID-19 has placed an inimitable amount of pressure on the health system. In spite of this unparalleled stressful circumstance resulting in seemingly unavoidable decreases in quality care, it is still your right to receive quality healthcare and appropriate treatment.
If you are a victim of medical malpractice, determining what direction you should go in could be difficult, but you do not have to figure things out on your own. Improper, unskilled, or negligent treatment of a patient by a physician, nurse, hospital, dentist, pharmacist, or other health care provider is unacceptable and you are entitled to receive the compensation you deserve.
A personal injury can pose significant hardship, no matter its severity. It is defined by any harm made to one’s physical, emotional, or mental state. And in legal terms, a personal injury indicates that this occurred by the negligent actions of someone else.
Yes, you read that right, a surgeon in the United Kingdom signed his initials on his patients’ livers during surgery: an act of complete ignorance or at least pure arrogance…perhaps…