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Hospital negligence could lead to New Jersey deaths

Losing a family member unexpectedly is rarely an easy matter for surviving loved ones to accept. When hospital negligence played a role in a patient's death, the family could feel even more dismayed over the situation. New Jersey residents may be interested in one legal case involving such negligence that recently came in a settlement in another state. 

Trauma may result due to the failure to diagnose medical issues

After suffering a serious medical event, timing can play a significant role in how the issue is treated and the injuries it may cause. Unfortunately, the failure to diagnose an issue could result in a patient suffering severe negative effects. New Jersey residents may be interested in one out-of-state man who suffered such an incident.

3 signs your mother suffers abuse in a nursing home

You place your mother in a nursing home under the impression that she'd be cared for at all times. Now, you discover that she is ill and continues to suffer from injuries. That's unusual, especially because she was doing fine before. With the additional care, you expect that she lives a healthier life, not one fraught with injuries.

Lives may be shortened after failure to recognize cancer

Suffering from cancer is an unfortunate reality for many individuals in New Jersey and around the world. When it comes to treating various forms of cancer, timing can play a significant role in how effective treatments are. Therefore, when a medical professional does not properly assess a patient, the failure to recognize cancer could drastically reduce an individual's chances of survival.

Hospital negligence could have permanent effects in New Jersey

Suffering from a medical issue can be a frightening experience. The situation can become even more difficult to accept when patients feel as if their concerns are not being addressed. In some cases, if doctors or other staff do not take the necessary actions to ensure that the patient receives the proper care, cases of hospital negligence could result. 

Death due to malpractice may warrant legal claims in New Jersey

New Jersey residents may be interested in a medical malpractice case currently underway in a nearby state. Reports indicated that a widower has filed a lawsuit against a hospital and doctors due to his wife's death. The woman had apparently gone to the emergency room due to aches, fever and feeling lightheaded. Days later, doctors put the woman on a blood-thinning medication.

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