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August 2017 Archives

Overlooking signs of sepsis may lead to hospital negligence cases

Bringing a child into the world is often one of the greatest joys many individuals experience. Unfortunately for some, this joyous occasion could turn devastating if hospital negligence results in a new mother suffering negative outcomes. When this type of situation occurs, families may find themselves looking into their legal options for addressing possible medical malpractice.

Death due to negligence may lead to lawsuits in New Jersey

Dealing with the loss of a loved one can be different for everyone. The circumstances that led up to the death can play a significant role in how a person processes the incident. When an individual suspects that another party's negligence contributed to their loved one's demise, he or she may feel the need to take legal action to address the situation.

If your loved one has bed sores, it could be nursing home abuse

You likely put a lot of time, energy and thought into finding the right nursing home for your parents or other aging loved one(s). After all, you want to ensure that your loved ones receives proper care and have a good standard of living during those precious final years.

Hospital negligence could lead to unnecessary surgery

Many individuals have heard horror stories relating to medical procedures and mistakes. Unfortunately, numerous patients are the victims of such mistakes, and they can suffer substantially negative results due to those errors. When hospital negligence causes such outcomes, individuals may wish to determine whether taking legal action against the hospital and staff members may be warranted.

New Jersey patient deaths could result from failure to diagnose

Needing medical treatment can sometimes hit people suddenly. In such cases, New Jersey residents may find themselves quickly undergoing examinations to potentially determine what may be causing them to suffer negative symptoms. Unfortunately, not all diagnoses are correct, and the failure to diagnose the correct problem could result in additional negative outcomes, including patient death.

Lack of timely treatment may lead to hospital negligence claims

When in need of medical attention, most individuals know that being treated in a timely manner can make a considerable difference. Unfortunately, even when parties take steps to receive the care they need, hospital staff may not attend to patients until a considerable amount of time has passed. In such instances, negatively affected patients may have cause to file hospital negligence suits.

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