Medical Malpractice (4)

Medical malpractice errors include:

Birth Injuries
Cancer Misdiagnosis
Defective Medical Devices
Failure to Diagnose
Improper/Incorrect X-rays
Improper Blood Transfusions
Medical Negligence
Medication Errors
Anesthesia Errors
Negligent Amputations
Surgical Injuries
Obstetric/Gynecological Negligence

If a health care professional provides substandard treatment which causes harm, injury or death to a patient, it may be labelled medical malpractice.

An unexpected or unsatisfied result of surgery does not necessarily mean that negligence occurred. In order to file a medical malpractice case, a plaintiff has to show that the medical professional’s negligence resulted in an injury.

It is the physician’s duty to discuss treatment or the prescribed drug. If the drug is a part of an experimental program, you have the right to refuse to participate in it. If the doctor did not tell you that the prescribed drug was part of an experimental program, you may be able to file a case against the doctor based on his failure to obtain your “informed consent” related to the treatment. In addition, if the drug has harmed you the doctor may be held responsible.

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