Medical Malpractice can come in different types. Nevertheless, most of the mistakes can be traced back to improper communication, lack of protocol, or inexperience. Some errors are more costly than others. The effects of the resulting injuries are long-term. Some of the medical malpractice cases we're funding include:
•Wrong Diagnosis. When a doctor neglects to conduct a proper exam and ignores key symptoms or signs, they risk misdiagnosing a patient. In certain cases, they can fail to make a diagnosis entirely.
•Surgery Errors. There are often certain risks associated with operations, but acts such as failing to track the patient correctly or leaving medical equipment inside the patient can cause serious injury.
•Mistakes in Anesthesia. The anesthesiologist has a critical job when a person has to undergo an anesthetic procedure. Too little anesthesia could lead to unnecessary pain or complications, while too much could damage the brain or even death.
•Wrong Medications. The patient's care team needs to ensure that the correct dosages of medications are provided. When a patient has a serious reaction that has been entirely avoidable, someone should be held accountable.
•Faulty Medical Devices. Companies producing medical devices are supposed to ensure that their products are safe for use by patients. Unfortunately, inadequate testing or cutting corners to save money may lead to the distribution of dangerous devices that may harm patients.
The medical malpractice case list mentioned above is not a full list of types of litigation claims for such, but an overview of some of the more popular forms of lawsuits involving medical negligence.