Category: Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Related to Tele-Medicine in New Jersey

Blog,Medical Malpractice • July 8, 2020

Way before the coronavirus pandemic caused many businesses and industries to venture into remote delivery, the medical field embraced the innovation of remote healthcare treatment. The majority of healthcare facilities have embraced telemedicine to diagnose, treat, and monitor patients with the use of telehealth applications. Patients are able to enjoy the convenience and access, while…

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4 Birth Injury Myths

Blog,Medical Malpractice • July 1, 2020

Nothing can truly prepare you when you receive terrible news right after a difficult labor and delivery. The elated and joyous emotions of welcoming a new child into the world can suddenly be overwhelmed by negative feelings of sadness, anger, and confusion when you find out that something went terribly wrong. These feelings are entirely…

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A Guide to New Jersey Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis

Blog,Medical Malpractice • June 24, 2020

The American Cancer Society claims that one in eight women is expected to develop breast cancer. With the exception of skin cancer, breast cancer is the leading type of cancer diagnosed in women in the United States. It was estimated in 2018 that 266,120 women would be diagnosed with breast cancer and nearly 50,000 women…

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Seven Things You Should Know About Informed Consent

Blog,Medical Malpractice • June 17, 2020

You have the right, as a patient, to understand the risks and benefits of a course of treatment before choosing if you should continue with a medical procedure. Physicians are mandated under the law to disclose certain key pieces of information regarding medical treatments before a patient can agree to continue with the prescribed treatment….

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Proving Medical Malpractice in LASIK Eye Surgery

Blog,Medical Malpractice • June 3, 2020

Each year, many people choose to have LASIK surgery performed on them in order to improve their eyesight. While LASIK surrey has been around for many decades now, and the majority of health care professionals consider the surgery to be a rather safe procedure, things can and do go wrong. If a patient is harmed…

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What is My New Jersey Medical Malpractice Case Worth?

Blog,Medical Malpractice • May 27, 2020

Medical malpractice takes place when a health care provider causes a preventable injury to a patient. The provider could be a physician, medical facility, nurse, technician, or any other medical provider. A case of medical malpractice in New Jersey can cause significant injuries and financial damages for the patient and their loved ones.  A personal…

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Proving a New Jersey Medical Malpractice Claim

Blog,Medical Malpractice • May 13, 2020

Medical errors and medical negligence are not always certain to lead to a claim of medical malpractice. It is not enough to simply prove that a physician or hospital made an error or was negligent in order to successfully establish the basis for a medical malpractice claim in New Jersey. You also have to show…

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Can I Pursue a Hernia Mesh Injury Lawsuit?

Blog,Medical Malpractice • April 29, 2020

Each year, there are more than 100,000 hernia surgeries performed in the United States, and around 80% of these surgeries now include the implantation of hernia mesh. In a majority of cases, hernia repair surgery is relatively uneventful, with most patients making a complete recovery after their procedures, but in other cases, the hernia is…

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