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Steps to Take for those who have Suffered because of Patient Harm

  When Texas residents take loved ones to the hospital, they most likely expect them to be treated — not harmed. Sadly, not everyone gets the treatment they expected. In some tragic cases, patients leave the hospital with a greatly worsened medical condition. The most tragic cases do not allow patients to leave the hospital…

Infant death sparks state investigation into hospital

  In Houston, few things are worse than when a family is expecting a child and is hoping to bring home a healthy newborn infant, only to have something terrible happen, such as severe birth injury or death. Mistakes in the delivery room can have numerous consequences, including birth injuries to the child and even…

Medical Mistake May Have Caused the Death of 13-Year-Old Girl

  In Houston, people who trust their health and the health of their loved ones with a medical professional don’t expect a medical mistake to lead to long-term damage or the loss of a loved one. When a person is injured or dies due to the errors of a doctor or medical staff, the family…

After Texas boy’s death, parents allege fatal misdiagnosis

  Every day in the Houston area, children run and tumble on their playgrounds at school. Sometimes things get a little out of hand and accidents happen, most of them minor scrapes or cuts. At times, though, children can suffer a broken bone or more serious injuries in the schoolyard. A recess romp rarely turns…

Negligence leads to woman delivering baby without doctor, nurses

  When you go to the hospital to delivery your baby, you expect your doctor and nurses to be there during the birth of your child. That is the whole point of delivery your baby in the hospital to make sure the labor and delivery go smoothly, and if an emergency arises, staff members will…

Vitamin D levels could reduce risk of preeclampsia

  A woman’s pregnancy can be riddled with many different side effects and complications, which can lead to serious birth injuries if when left untreated. One of the most serious pregnancy-related complications is preeclampsia, which is when a pregnant woman has a severe form of high blood pressure.