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Understanding the Various Forms of Medical Malpractice

If a health care provider's negligent actions or inactions cause a patient to suffer a disease or injury, then that health care provider may be guilty of medical malpractice. In fact, that provider may still be liable even in a patient suffers from an existing condition because the provider's negligence may cause the condition to worsen. The most common instances of medical mistakes are as follows:

personal injury attorney, accident attorney, medical malpractice attorney,  catastrophic injury attorneyIf a health care provider's negligent actions or inactions cause a patient to suffer a disease or injury, then that health care provider may be guilty of medical malpractice. In fact, that provider may still be liable even in a patient suffers from an existing condition because the provider's negligence may cause the condition to worsen. The most common instances of medical mistakes are as follows:

  • Failure to promptly and correctly treat medical emergencies.
  • Failure to properly diagnose and treat serious medical conditions. (Incorrect reading of x-rays and tests.)
  • Surgical mistakes such as tools left inside of a patient or the slip of a knife.
  • Prescription medication or treatment errors.
  • Diagnosis delays.
  • Injuries occurring during birth.
  • Failure to advise a patient of diagnosis.
  • Lack of informed consent.
  • Abandonment or the simple stoppage of treatment to a patient.

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Visiting this web site does not create an attorney/client relationship. You must meet with Mr. Wegner and sign a contingency contract.(NO FEE UNLESS YOU COLLECT)