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Medical Malpractice and Standards of Care
Medical Malpractice and Standards of Care

A main consideration in determining whether a physician, nurse or other medical professional's conduct constitutes medical malpractice is whether their actions in caring for a patient failed to meet the requisite standard of care. The standard of care is defined as what the ...

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Blog posts in July, 2014

  • Failing To Provide Proper Prenatal Screening May Constitute Medical Malpractice

    When a child is born with a birth injury, a disability or other serious health condition, parents may wonder about the cause of the irregularity and ...

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  • Sponge left behind in patient leads to wrongful death trial

    On Monday, a medical malpractice and wrongful death trial will begin in the case of a woman who died after a sponge was left inside her abdomen, legal ...

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  • Failure To Order Tests May Constitute Medical Malpractice

    When a patient visits the hospital, each step along the way is critical to ensuring you receive the appropriate medical care. From the moment you ...

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