Category: Wrongful Death

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Surgical Error During Colonoscopy and Postoperative Negligence Leads to Wrongful Death Case

A colonoscopy is a relatively routine procedure. In fact, colonoscopies can serve as profoundly beneficial tools for early detection of conditions such as colon cancer. However, as with all surgeries and procedures, there are inherent risks for the patient. Worse still, when a doctor performing a colonoscopy makes an error or is negligent in some […]

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Cardiologist Accused of Medical Malpractice in Morris County Homicide Case

After a man beat his wife to death in a brutal killing in Morris County, several of his children have brought a medical malpractice lawsuit against the man’s doctor, who allegedly failed to detect his Alzheimer’s Disease and prescribed anti-anxiety medications in lieu of referring him to a mental health professional. Are you looking for help […]

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Family Files Pediatric Malpractice Claim after Teen Dies from Undiagnosed Brain Tumor

The family of a 13-year-old girl has filed a pediatric malpractice claim against doctors who failed to diagnose a brain tumor, which tragically claimed her life. 13-year-old Molly Banzhoff was suffering from symptoms for months before her death from an undiagnosed brain tumor in May of last year. She was frequently experiencing severe migraines, nausea, […]

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Internal Medicine Physician Negligence in New Jersey

An internist, or internal medicine doctor, is a physician who specializes in providing medical diagnosis and treatment for adults. These doctors must complete at least seven years of medical school, followed by postgraduate training, in order to learn and become equipped in preventing, diagnosing, and treating a wide range of medical conditions and diseases affecting […]

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NJ Medical Malpractice Suit Follows Infant Death Due to Delivery Errors

Have a Mercer County Birth Injury Case? Fronzuto Law Group can Help Mercer County birth injuries can be devastating for the parents and families of babies harmed by medical negligence before, during, or immediately following delivery. For instance, a husband and wife from Pennsylvania recently filed a medical malpractice lawsuit in Mercer County in connection […]

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CDC Puts $26 Million Toward Patient Safety Research to Prevent Hospital Infection

Recently, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) committed $26 million to new research aimed at preventing hospital infections and improving patient safety in medical settings throughout the country. This initiative, known as the Prevention Epicenters Program, will be spearheaded by five major academic medical centers between 2016 and 2020. The goal of the […]

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Pregnant Woman Dies After Brain Injury at Hospital

The brain relies on adequate oxygen supply in order to function properly, responding almost immediately to oxygen depletion. Failure to promptly recognize and correct impediments to adequate oxygen delivery can result in catastrophic consequences, including severe brain injuries and even death. Within 15 seconds, lack of oxygen leads to loss of consciousness, while brain damage […]

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Upcoming Trial in Medical Malpractice Case Involving Young Doctor Who Died of Undiagnosed Blood Clot

The trial is about to begin in a medical malpractice case involving a 26-year-old doctor who died after doctors allegedly failed to diagnose and treat the blood clot that ultimately claimed her life. How do Doctors Diagnose Blood Clots? Typically, blood clots in the brain can be detected through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and/or computed tomography (CT) […]

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Court Holds Doctor and Radiologist Responsible for Failure to Diagnose Bone Cancer

After a lengthy legal battle, a jury in Philadelphia awarded $1.4 million to the surviving son of a man who died from a rare form of bone cancer. The man’s son had filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a physician and several radiologists, alleging that their failure to diagnose his father’s cancer ultimately contributed to […]

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