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November 2015 Archives

Malpractice, the third leading cause of death in the States

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Then comes cancer, in all of its varieties. What would you guess is next? According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, the answer is medical malpractice.

Adverse events at Connecticut hospitals

According to a new Connecticut Department of Public Health report, there were 24 cases last year in hospitals in the state where surgeons left foreign objects inside their patients. In addition, there were four instances where a patient had the wrong surgical procedure done. There was even a case where someone impersonated a doctor and ordered a patient's care.

$9.6 million medical malpractice judgement awarded to child

Birth injuries can be very serious and result in life-altering injuries for both the mother and the child. When a child's birth injury occurred because the physician or other medical staff did not provide the standard of care that another doctor or member of the medical staff would in the same situation, that is considered medical malpractice.

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