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The Predictive Value of Prior Medical Malpractice Payouts to Determine Future Claims Against Doctors

Exploring the Odds of New Medical Malpractice Allegations Against Physicians with a History of Paid Claims A physician may face one medical malpractice lawsuit and believe that the incident is a one-time occurrence. After settling the claim, they may vow to be more careful to avoid another situation leading to negligence allegations moving forward. If […]

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Medical Malpractice with Bariatric Surgery

Gastric Bypass Surgery Malpractice Attorneys in New Jersey With nearly one-third of the adult population in the United States overweight or obese, it is no wonder that gastric bypass surgery is a standard procedure in hospitals across the nation. Individuals seeking weight loss undergo gastric bypass surgery, or stomach stapling, to help them with weight management that […]

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Top 7 Questions about C-Section Negligence Claims

Cesarean birth typically occurs in an emergency when conditions require an expedited delivery to protect the lives of the mother and baby. Many other circumstances may require c-sections, particularly when the profile or conditions of the mom or baby necessitate a scheduled cesarean delivery. In either case, a c-section is a procedure demanding skill and critical […]

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Common Forms of Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) Doctor Malpractice and When You May Have Grounds for a Lawsuit

If you have ever had sleep issues, allergies, neck cancer, or skin disorders, you may have sought diagnostic and treatment help from an Ear, Nose, and Throat specialist, known as an ENT. An ENT specializes in otolaryngology, the study of ear, nose, and throat conditions. In essence, these doctors treat diseases and disorders of the […]

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Filing a Lawsuit for Burn Injuries Related to Medical Malpractice

When Negligent Medical Care Results in Burns, or Burn Injuries are Negligently Treated, You May be Entitled to Compensation in New Jersey According to the World Health Organization, burn injuries cause an estimated 180,000 deaths annually, and most are preventable. Most people think about burns from fires, explosives, or electrical shocks. However, numerous sources of burns occur […]

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Your Rights Amidst Cauda Equina Syndrome Negligence in New Jersey

Experienced NJ Cauda Equina Syndrome Malpractice Attorneys Representing Victims and Families Cauda equina syndrome is a potentially paralyzing condition that can lead to life-long treatment. When the nerve endings at the base of the spine become impacted, an individual may experience bowel or bladder problems and numbness. And the longer the condition remains untreated, the […]

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New Study Reveals Implications of Diagnostic Errors and Misdiagnosis Among Americans

A Recent Study by Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine Revealed that Almost 800,000 Individuals in the U.S. Experience Permanent Disabilities or Death due to Improper Diagnosis on an Annual Basis. According to a recent Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Diagnostic Excellence study, roughly 795,000 Americans suffer permanent disability or death due to misdiagnoses, citing a misdiagnosis rate […]

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The Link Between Epidurals and Birth Injuries

While Epidurals are Commonly Used for Pain Relief in the Childbirth Process, They can Also Lead to Serious Injuries if Errors Occur. All pregnant women anticipate the labor pains of delivering a baby. Whether she faces her first or fifth delivery, each woman tolerates pain differently and every labor and delivery is different, some longer […]

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Malpractice in Optometry and Ophthalmology: What Happens when Eye Treatment Goes Wrong

New Jersey Ophthalmologist Malpractice Attorneys Discuss What Provides Grounds for Medical Negligence Claims Against Eye Doctors Your eyes are how you access the world and understand it. They are crucial to physical, mental, and emotional health. As a result, when your eye doctor is part of your healthcare team, you trust that your eye care […]

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Fetal Macrosomia: Large for Gestational Age Newborns and Complications at Birth

Understanding the Risks of Macrosomic Infants and the Connection with Birth Injuries Fetal macrosomia is a term that describes babies who are born at a birth weight of 8 pounds and 13 ounces or larger, constituting a heavier than average birth weight. Many times, weighing in at 8 lbs. 13 oz. or slightly larger is […]

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  • July, 2024

    The Predictive Value of Prior Medical Malpractice Payouts to Determine Future Claims Against Doctors

    Exploring the Odds of New Medical Malpractice Allegations Against Physicians with a History of Paid Claims A physician may face one medical malpractice lawsuit and believe that the incident is a one-time occurrence. After settling the claim, they may vow to be more careful to avoid another situation leading to negligence allegations moving forward. If […]

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    Determining a Medical Malpractice Settlement Amount in NJ

    Medical malpractice can occur in a myriad of ways. The fundamental premise in these cases involves physicians, hospitals, medical facilities, or other healthcare professionals providing substandard care that causes victims injuries. Typically, physicians, nurses, lab technicians, and other healthcare staff make unacceptable errors regarding diagnosis, laboratory test results, surgery, medication, aftercare, hospital (or other medical […]

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    Filing a Lawsuit for Tepezza-Related Hearing Loss

    Current Status of Tepezza Litigation – Class Action Lawsuit for Tepezza Numerous lawsuits against Horizon Therapeutics, the makers of Tepezza, are currently coordinated in multidistrict litigation (MDL) in federal court. The class action lawsuits arise from the drug’s connection to detrimental side effects, which include hearing loss, deafness, and tinnitus. The link between Tepezza and […]

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