Do You Have A Case For Being Stuck With A Contaminated Needle?

Getting stuck by a needle in the hospital or some other type of medical setting can be a lot more concerning than having a simple needle stick injury. The needle could have been used on another patient who had dangerous infective diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis B or C, or other bloodborne pathogens. If you … Read more

Can I Sue for a Botched Nose Job?

Plastic surgeons are responsible for performing rhinoplasty procedures (Nose Jobs). Rhinoplasty is used to reshape the nose for a different appearance. Others get rhinoplasty to improve the nose’s function by correcting a nasal deviation or to reconstruct it after an accident caused a deformity. Simply disliking what your nose looks like after plastic surgery is … Read more

Do You Have A Case If You Are Given The Wrong Medication, Or You Are Not Given Your Required Medication, While In The Hospital?

When in the hospital for serious medical issues you will likely need to be on certain medications. This could be to stop the worsening effects of a medical emergency. It may also be prescription medications to prevent serious medical issues – such as blood thinners to prevent a stroke. Medical malpractice cases can arise in … Read more

Do You Have A Case For A Missed or Misdiagnosed Broken Leg?

A misdiagnosed fracture in your leg can cause irreparable damage that should never have occurred. The delay in an accurate diagnosis can prevent the bone from healing properly and cause constant pain, limit movement, permanent issues with your ambulation (walking), and substantial alteration of your lifestyle. When a patient arrives at an emergency room, urgent … Read more

Do You Have a Malpractice Case for Your Doctor Stopping Your Blood Thinners Such As Coumadin?

Blood thinners, also known as anti-coagulants, serve the important function of preventing your blood from clotting, or prevent existing clots from getting bigger. Blood thinners do not make your blood thinner or break up existing clots. Instead they keep your blood from getting thicker and forming new clots, or slow down the growth of existing … Read more