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Medical Malpractice

January 17, 2022

Myth – People Get Millions in Personal Injury Settlements

There’s a perception or a myth out there that every personal injury lawsuit results in a multi-million-dollar verdict for the plaintiff. However, that’s far from the truth. Maybe it’s because we hear about all these lawsuits … Couple Sues City of Chandler for $19 Million after Sustaining Serious Injuries Injured Workers File $10 Million...
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January 7, 2022

Failure to Monitor by Anesthesiologist

A frequent medical error happens when a physician with an obligation to monitor a patient fails to do so. This is one of the primary tasks of an anesthesiologist— a doctor who evaluates, monitors, and supervises patient care before, during, and after surgery. An anesthesiologist delivers anesthesia and leads the anesthesia care team, which...
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January 3, 2022

Failure to Diagnose Prostate Cancer

After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most frequent cancer seen in American men. Roughly 200,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. Early detection increases a man’s likelihood to survive prostate cancer. However, if your doctor failed to diagnose your prostate cancer until aggressive and/or toxic treatment was required, or until it...
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December 22, 2021

Medical Malpractice Happens to Celebrities – Part III

Medical malpractice happens when a physician or hospital causes an injury to a patient by a negligent act or omission. The negligence may be from mistakes in diagnosis, treatment, aftercare, or health management. Medical errors can happen to anyone, including well-known entertainers. Let’s look at our last set of celebrities who had issues (and...
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November 24, 2021

Do Less Experienced Doctors Make More Mistakes?

With worries that the pandemic would overwhelm hospitals, many states issued calls for “all hands on deck.” In response, many experienced doctors came out of retirement. New doctors were also recruited—those right out of medical school. Here in Michigan, Governor Whitmer and Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Director, Orlene Hawks, recognized the critical need for...
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