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Surgery gone wrong may lead to permanent injuries in New Jersey

Undergoing a surgical procedure is a serious endeavor. Because patients put their lives in the hands of another person or group of people, fear of a surgery gone wrong is an understandable apprehension that many individuals face. Unfortunately, surgical mistakes can cause considerable problems and may need further medical attention to treat. Therefore, parties affected by such errors may wish to consider their legal options. 

Failure to recognize cancer early can negatively affect patients

Getting a cancer diagnosis can be a terrifying experience for any New Jersey resident. However, the situation could become even more heart-wrenching if individuals believe that there was a failure to recognize cancer while it was in the early stages. In such cases, negatively affected parties may have cause to pursue legal action against various medical professionals and entities. 

Medication errors can lead to hospital negligence

Is it possible that hospital patients and their families are too trusting? A nurse walks into a patient's room within a New Jersey hospital and gives the patient medication. The patient often takes the medication with little if any questions being asked. Yet, a recent research study suggests the number of medication errors and possible hospital negligence cases that occur is staggering.

Failure to diagnose torn rotator cuff leads to permanent injury?

Many New Jersey residents will suffer an injury at some point in time. Perhaps they were injured playing ball, falling down the stairs or exercising improperly. Regardless of the reason, if the injury appears to be severe or the pain does not go away within a day or two, the injured will typically seek medical attention. In doing so, the injured individual expects that medical personnel will perform the necessary examinations and tests to discover the problem and that failure to diagnose will not be an issue.

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