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Do I have a valid medical malpractice case in Maryland?

Do I Have a Valid Medical Malpractice Case in Maryland? Two years ago, you had a routine operation with one of the best surgeons in Baltimore. You …

Answered by Paul D. Bekman, 2 years ago

In Colorado, should a medical malpractice case be filed against the doctor, the nurse, or the hospital?

Under the doctrine of vicarious liability, an employer is held responsible for the negligent acts of its employees that are committed while acting …

Answered by Anthony Viorst, 2 years ago

Can I Sue A Hospital For Negligence In Michigan?

Though hospitals may be liable (responsible) for negligent care provided by employees like nurses, aides and medical technicians, the hospital may …

Answered by Clifford Paskel, 3 years ago

Can I Sue A Hospital In Oklahoma?

Yes. In Oklahoma, hospitals, and their agents and employees (doctors, nurses, nurse aides, etc.) are required to provide care and treatment …

Answered by Jacob Diesselhorst, 4 years ago

Do I have a case for Medical Malpractice in Illinois?

Preventable medical errors cause hundreds of thousands of injuries and deaths each year. When a preventable medical error happens, and causes …

Answered by Timothy McArdle, 4 years ago

How do I know if an Illinois doctor or hospital has committed medical malpractice?

You should see a lawyer who is experienced in medical malpractice trials for a consultation. He will need to get a detailed history from you and …

Answered by Bruce D. Goodman, 4 years ago

Why does my child who was born in Illinois have a birth injury such as cerebral palsy or erbs palsy?

During labor and delivery, a child may be deprived of oxygen, and the failure to recognize fetal distress or timely perform a C-section may be …

Answered by Bruce D. Goodman, 4 years ago

Can I sue for malpractice in North Carolina?

If the negligence of a health care provider or health care professional causes significant damage, permanent damage, or even death, you may have a …

Answered by Rebecca J. Britton, 4 years ago

The mother of a friend of mine from church went to an Illinois hospital to have an angioplasty, and then died from the procedure. My friend said her mother had actually bled to death in the hospital. Is this even possible?

Sadly, it is. Many cardiac procedures, such as angioplasty, angiography, insertion of catheters, and the like, require the doctors to insert their …

Answered by William Cirignani, 4 years ago

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