Patients want to have a sense of trust in the medical staff treating them for various ailments. Without that trust, they may not feel confident that they will receive the correct treatment. Unfortunately, even if patients start out with that trust, they may later feel betrayed when they suffer serious injuries because of hospital negligence.
Most parents want their children to be born perfect. Of course, the meaning of the word "perfect" can vary from person to person. In most cases, parents mean that they want their children born healthy. When it turns out that hospital negligence led to brain damage in their newborn, New Jersey parents can understandably feel dismayed and betrayed.
Have you ever noticed how the television commercials for prescription medications warn that people shouldn't take certain drugs if they have an allergy to that medication? You may have found yourself wondering how anyone would know about a medication allergy unless they had already taken that particular drug in the past.
Losing a loved one under questionable circumstances is never an easy experience to go through. In fact, some individuals may feel paralyzed and uncertain about what they could actually do to seek justice when someone else's negligence may have contributed to their loved one's death. In cases of hospital negligence, surviving family members may have reason to file medical malpractice claims.
When children are born, many parents take one look at them and think they are perfect. Of course, that is not necessarily always true. In some cases, children can be born with birth defects or other issues that need immediate medical attention. While parents hope that the medical staff will properly attend to their children, surgery gone wrong could have horrifying outcomes.