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Mother claims that her C-section was a surgery gone wrong

Cesarean sections can be an enormously useful procedure for pregnant mothers whose lives are threatened due to pregnancy or labor. However, one mother claims that one of her C-sections was a surgery gone wrong and may have done more harm than good. The rising number of C-sections is likely affecting New Jersey mothers as well, as the CDC reported that Cesareans accounted for roughly a third of all births in 2012.

Mistakes reduced, but hospital negligence still a reality

Hospitals, which are intended to be institutions of health and healing, can sometimes actually cause unintended damage. However, recent efforts in New Jersey have actually reduced the overall rate of mistakes, infections and injuries in 2013. Although the state did see an overall reduction in mistakes, errors and injuries were not eradicated. Regrettably, hospital negligence is still a very real problem for some patients.

New Jersey physician blamed for golfer's death

The life of a professional golfer, Erica Blasberg, came to an abrupt end with her suicide in 2010. However, Blasberg's parents claim that their daughter's death wasn't her own fault. They say that her death lies firmly at the feet of her New Jersey-based physician, who allegedly failed to provide the adequate medical treatment that she needed.

Hospital and staff negligence could lead to death in New Jersey

Medical mistakes that take place in New Jersey and across the country can be devastating for those involved. If such a mistake or negligence on the part of a doctor or other hospital staff results in the death of a patient, the situation can become even more difficult to deal with. After such an incident, a family may feel the need to pursue a medical malpractice case against the parties deemed liable for the occurrence.

Hospital ordered to pay $5.2M after failure to diagnose cancer

People need to be able to trust their doctors and other medical professionals. This is why doctors and other medical professionals are required to go through plenty of schooling as well as pass exams in order to be able to practice in New Jersey and elsewhere. However, there are times when medical professionals make mistakes which prove to be incredibly detrimental to patients. This seems to have been what happened in a recent case involving a failure to diagnose cancer.

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