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How do You Know if You Have a Wrongful Birth Claim?

Determining if You May be Eligible for Compensation for Wrongful Birth/Wrongful Life in New Jersey The pregnancy and birth experience can be a beautiful time for a mother and partner, but it can also be challenging. An obstetrician and prenatal care team are there to support the mother and baby by providing accurate and timely […]

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Most Frequent Hematologist Errors and Potential Complications

How to Identify Hematologist Negligence in New Jersey Hematologists are blood doctors. They specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all diseases, disorders, and conditions relating to blood, such as anemia or lymphoma, a type of blood cancer. If you have blood infections, hemophilia, malaria, blood clotting deficiencies, high blood pressure, myeloma, or any condition […]

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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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Types of Aneurysms and Related Lawsuits in NJ

Misdiagnosis, Failure to Diagnose, and Improper Treatment for any Type of Aneurysm May Mean You Are Eligible for Compensation in New Jersey An aneurysm is one of the many consequences of high blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, an aneurysm is a bulging, weakened blood vessel wall that abnormally widens the blood vessel by one-half […]

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Prenatal Heart Problems

Cardiovascular Diseases and Other Conditions may Affect Mothers during Pregnancy. If Undiagnosed or Improperly Managed by Medical Providers, Maternal Heart Issues can Have Damaging Consequences. Many people consider heart disease a problem associated with aging, as the heart grows weaker after decades of lifestyle stressors. However, heart disease affects people of all ages and may […]

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Prevalent Causes for Allergist Malpractice

Failure to Follow the Standard of Care can Make Allergists Subject to Medical Malpractice Claims in New Jersey An allergist, sometimes called an immunologist, is a medical specialist expert in allergies, immunological problems, and asthma. To become an allergy specialist, doctors must spend many years educating themselves and training in the field. After medical school, […]

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Damages Covered in Wrongful Birth Compensation

What Types of Damages are Included in Wrongful Birth Awards in New Jersey? A child born with birth defects brings both joy and hardship. A new life means an expanded family and another human being to watch grow up. Nevertheless, a baby born with congenital disabilities also brings financial and emotional hardships. Children with physical […]

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Medical Errors and Claims for Necrotizing Fasciitis in New Jersey

Necrotizing fasciitis, the flesh-eating disease, is a rare bacterial infection that can lead to serious health issues. Necrosis is the death of organ or tissue cells due to several causes, so necrotizing is the dying of cells in organs or tissue. Fascia is the tissue that surrounds muscles, bones, vessels, and organs and holds them […]

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Premature Hospital Discharge: What it is and When You can File a Lawsuit

Being Discharged Early from the Hospital is Common, but in Some Cases, Wrongful Discharge can Lead to Serious Complications Of course, not all early discharges are considered medical malpractice. Sometimes a doctor discharges a patient because they seem stable enough to leave the hospital. And yet, the physician may be liable when they release a […]

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Understanding Fever Errors

New Jersey Fever Error Attorneys Most people consider fevers as signs of sickness like the flu. However, there are many potential causes of fevers and some may require urgent medical attention. Although fevers often accompany other diseases, sometimes they result from medical errors. Due to the prevalence of fevers in everyday life, you may wonder […]

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