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Can You Sue The Military? Your Complete Guide To Military Medical Malpractice

Have you ever wondered if you can sue the Army, Navy or other branches for malpractice? Medical malpractice is the 3rd leading cause of death in the USA, where over 250,000 people die from medical malpractice each year. Now these stats aren’t meant to scare you but to show you that medical malpractice is more common…

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A Misdiagnosed Heart Attack Can Be Deadly for Women

Did you know that heart disease is the number #1 cause of death for American women? If you didn’t, you’re not alone.  According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, 44% of women aren’t aware of this fact. They also have trouble recognizing the signs of a heart attack until it’s too late. Tragically,…

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Do I Have A Medical Malpractice Case & How Do I Sue For Malpractice? [DEEP-DIVE Q&A]

Right now you have questions to ask and answers to weigh — do I have a malpractice case? How do I know if I have a medical malpractice case? And if  I have a malpractice case, well what then? Do I sue? And how? In this guide we’re going to take a deep dive into how…

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Your Birth Injury Claim — Get Justice

It’s hard to think of a more exciting yet simultaneously terrifying experience, than the birth of your child. You’re carrying a precious life within you. You’d do anything to make sure your baby is healthy and safe. Which is why you have to be prepared for anything. Introduction While our medical system is better than…

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What are the Most Commonly Misdiagnosed Conditions?

When we visit the doctor’s office, we expect them to know what our conditions represent. If we experience a lump in our body parts, have a rash on our skin, or feel a strange soreness in our joints, the doctors are responsible for taking the time to understand the symptoms and properly diagnose them. Unfortunately,…

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4 “Never Events” That Could Give Rise to Medical Malpractice Claims

When you walk into a hospital, you expect the physicians and doctors to be well trained and know the proper procedures. You place your trust in them, expecting them to know how to best care for your health. Doctors need to go through extensive schooling and training before they can help patients.

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Texas woman sues over botched hysterectomy

  There are many reasons why a Houston woman might need to get a hysterectomy. The procedure, which removes a woman’s uterus, is sometimes necessary for those suffering from endometriosis, uterine fibroids, adenomyosis, uterine prolapse or certain types of cancer. After the surgery is performed, recovery generally takes about three to six weeks, and the…

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Birth injury case results in million dollar award for mother

  In birth injury cases, it can sometimes take years for a civil case to reach its conclusion. For parents of children affected by such injuries, however, the waiting can be well worth it, as the compensation is often desperately needed. At times, birth injuries can result in permanent disability, which translates into the need…

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Shadow of birth injuries hangs over military hospitals

  It seems most Texans would probably overwhelmingly agree that top-notch care should be given to everybody, but especially to returning veterans. Servicemen and women who are active in the military, as well as their families, are often treated at military hospitals rather than at other of facilities. However, recent incidents have made many wonder…

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Same-day Ultrasound can Prevent Pregnancy Complications

  Ectopic pregnancies are the leading cause of death for pregnant women in the first trimester in the United States. Ectopic pregnancies occur in 2 percent of pregnancies and can cause fatal complications if treatment is delayed or if it is never diagnosed.

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