Recent Posts in the Medical Malpractice Category

American Hospitals Failing at Protecting Mothers and Babies During Birth

May 23, 2019

A recent investigation conducted by USA Today found that hospitals and healthcare providers are failing to follow best safety practices known to...

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Black Women are 3 to 4 Times More Likely to Die During Pregnancy or Delivery

May 6, 2019

While the number of women dying during pregnancy and childbirth has decreased overall, a disproportionate number of black women are dying during...

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Study Finds Two Percent of Doctors Account for Forty Percent of Malpractice Claims

Apr 10, 2019

The Chicago Tribune wrote about a recent study with some shocking findings. In an article titled, “For Many Doctors Hounded by Medical...

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Hospitals Blaming Moms for Childbirth Complications

Apr 8, 2019

A recent article in USA Today looked at several cases around the country where mothers suffered devastating injuries, including death, after delivering a...

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Never Events Still Happening

Apr 5, 2019

The Joint Commission is the organization that accredits and certifies many of the health care organizations and programs in the USA. As...

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Filing a Georgia Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Step 4: Damages

Feb 12, 2019

Yesterday, we discussed the third step in proving your medical malpractice case – proximate cause. The final step is proof of damages....

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Filing a Georgia Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Step 3: Proximate Cause

Feb 11, 2019

Earlier, we discussed the first step to a successful Georgia medical malpractice lawsuit – a duty to conform to the standard of...

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Filing a Georgia Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Step 2: A Breach of the Standard of Care

Feb 6, 2019

Yesterday, we talked about the first element necessary in a medical malpractice claim – a duty to conform to the standard of...

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