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January 2016 Archives

Report details common causes of malpractice lawsuits

Do you know the main reasons why physicians are sued for medical malpractice? A malpractice report from last year from Medscape reported seven common reasons why these lawsuits occur. There were about 4,000 physicians and specialists that were surveyed for the report.

Legistlator sues mental health agency, worker for son's death

In November 2013, a Virginia state senator was stabbed several times by his son. The senator's son then committed suicide. The senator survived, and he has now filed a medical malpractice and wrongful death lawsuit against the mental health agency, a mental health worker and the state of Virginia.

Settlement in fetal death malpractice, wrongful death case

Many issues involving abortion deal with legal arguments over when a fetus is considered a person. However, an obstetrics and gynecology doctor out of Stamford, Connecticut, has settled a lawsuit by a couple who alleged that medical malpractice in 2011 led to the wrongful death of their 22-week-old fetus.

2015 most expensive year for Veteran's Administration malpractice

Many people would be shocked to learn that the Veteran's Administration has paid out $871 million in medical malpractice settlements in the last 10 years. What is even more shocking, though, is that in many of the cases, the employee responsible for the malpractice incident kept his or her job.

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