Category: Medical Malpractice FAQs

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Social Media in Your Medical Malpractice Case in NJ

What to Know about Discoverability, Use, and Best Practices with Social Media if You Intend to File a Claim for Medical Negligence in New Jersey In the Internet age of social media, people find connection through disclosing their private lives to others. In fact, social media exists to nourish those connections. Those who use social […]

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Can I Take Medical Leave After Medical Malpractice Happens to Me or Someone I Love in New Jersey?

When you or a loved one suffers a severe injury or illness due to a medical error, you may not be able to work while you or your loved one recovers. Fortunately, the federal and New Jersey state legislatures protect many employees from losing their jobs due to illness or caretaking responsibilities when tragedy strikes. […]

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Top Six Types of Medical Malpractice

You might have heard of patients leaving hospitals with more than what they came in for, such as appendicitis patients developing an infection or even sepsis. However, mishaps occur in medical offices, urgent care clinics, and surgical centers, among other healthcare facilities providing medical services. Sometimes, the doctor, nurse, or medical staff is to blame, […]

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Exploring Liability for Lab Technician Negligence

Who is Liable for Lab Technician Malpractice in New Jersey? A medical laboratory technician is a major player in the healthcare system, as they assist doctors in diagnosing and treating illness or disease. They may also help doctors prevent worsening disease while serving as a critical link in the healthcare chain. Lab technicians, though working […]

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Is Age a Factor for Medical Malpractice Claims in NJ?

Medical Malpractice can Happen to Anyone at Any Age. Here’s How it may Affect Your Case. A successful medical malpractice lawsuit ends with the responsible party or parties paying the plaintiff for their damages, a monetary amount intended to make them whole or at the very least, compensate them for the losses incurred since they […]

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Can You Sue for Emotional Distress from Medical Negligence in New Jersey?

Among the various forms of damages available to plaintiffs filing medical malpractice claims in New Jersey, emotional distress represents one of the most nuanced and perhaps, misunderstood. Emotional distress poses a unique challenge and equally so, an opportunity, opening the door for the victim in a medical negligence case to show the true costs of […]

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Delayed Discovery of Possible Medical Negligence

New Jersey Medical Malpractice Attorneys Examine Time Limits for Medical Malpractice Claims You may become immediately aware that medical malpractice has occurred because of severe complications or injuries that are simply impossible to miss. However, it is also highly common for individuals to discover a medical error months or even years after the initial event […]

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