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Medical Malpractice

May 7, 2020

Surgeon Removes Woman’s Ovaries and Fallopian Tubes by Mistake

Forty-four year-old Claudia Bond of Houston started to experience severe stomach cramps and called on her OBGYN, Dr. Gerald Bullock at Conroe Women's Associates. Claudia had a serious bleeding problem the OBGYN diagnosed as an issue with her uterus. Dr. Bullock recommended her uterus be removed. Claudia agreed to have two procedures: a vaginal...
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April 13, 2020

Death of Forgotten Patient in Emergency Room Caused by Inattention

Imagine a loved one in Michigan heads to an ER for treatment. She’s relaxing in a wheelchair and loses consciousness. What if no one bothered to check on her until she was wheeled down to the morgue? That is precisely what happened at a Pennsylvania emergency department. A patient was found unresponsive in the...
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March 12, 2020

How Critical is it to Seek a Second Opinion if Your Doctor Diagnoses a Serious Condition or Recommends a Surgery to You?

Comedian Henny Youngman, the “master of the one-liner,” often joked about the man who sees his psychiatrist. The doctor says, "You're crazy." The patient responded, "I want a second opinion!" “Okay, you're ugly too!” It’s an oldie but a goodie (and yes, quite corny), but getting a serious medical diagnosis is no laughing matter....
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February 12, 2020

Radiologist Who Failed to Properly Examine CT Scan Pays Millions for Resulting Harms and Losses

How long does it take you to scan through 50 pictures on Facebook? Two minutes? What about nearly 700 pictures? Bet that would take a bit more time. But a Florida radiologist claimed he carefully looked through 691 radiology images in less than  seven minutes. Granted he wasn’t looking at old high school classmates...
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January 20, 2020

Anesthesia Error: 18-Year-Old Suffers Brain Injury Due to Anesthesia Error in Elective Procedure

During surgery, the brain requires a continual flow of oxygen-rich blood to ensure brain cells remain alive. After anesthesia is administered to a patient, it is the anesthesiologist’s responsibility to monitor his or her vital signs through the duration of the procedure. Not giving full attention to the status of a patient can result...
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