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  • Results Matter in Your Injury Case


    $9 million - Pennsylvania Auto Accident

    $3 million - Philadelphia Surgical Malpractice

    $2.75 million - Slip & Fall Accident

Aug 252014
 

Patients who have suffered due to the negligence of a medical professional may be able to obtain reasonable financial compensation for their injuries. Doing so will require filing a medical malpractice lawsuit in the Pennsylvania court system. However, it is important to conduct an initial analysis of cost-effectiveness, i.e., whether the injuries and damages resulting […]

Jul 202014
 

Individuals or patients who have suffered as a result of misdiagnosis of cancer are often left in the dark about their legal rights. Many want to know whether a doctor or hospital in Pennsylvania can be held liable for misdiagnosing cancer. The answer is yes. Under the laws of Pennsylvania, any medical professional or provider […]

May 272014
 

Hospitals, doctors and surgeons rely on labs every single day. Labs perform critical functions, such as testing tissue for cancerous cells (biopsy) or analyzing blood for infection. However, lab mistakes can and do occur, and oftentimes, the results are catastrophic. A patient may be misdiagnosed with cancer (false positive), or their cancer can go undiagnosed […]

Apr 242014
 

According to an April 2014 study published in the BMJ: Quality & Safety, The frequency of diagnostic errors in outpatient care: estimations from three large observational studies involving US adult populations, medical errors in diagnosis occur at the rate of 5%, or 1 out of every 20 medical diagnoses will involve an error. According to […]

Mar 202014
 

Surgical malpractice/mistake cases are very complex, due in part to the complexity of the practice of medicine which includes: medical devices, medications, procedures, and diagnostic testing procedures, etc.  If not deadly, surgical mistakes often lead to serious complications like infections. In surgical mistake lawsuits, hospitals and doctors may be held liable for causing injuries. Related: […]

Feb 112014
 

Doctors Can Admit Mistakes Without Fear Their Statements are Admissible in Court A new law, “The Benevolent Gesture Medical Professional Liability Act,” went into effect on December 25, 2013. Under this law, doctors and other medical health professionals can apologize for making mistakes without fear that such statements will be used against them to prove […]

Jan 212014
 

Patients discharged from hospital stays are at risk of being readmitted. This is such a widespread problem that last year, the federal government instituted payment reductions and penalties against hospitals with high readmission rates of Medicare patients who were initially hospitalized for pneumonia, heart attack or heart failure. One potential reason for high hospital readmission […]

Jan 022014
 

Hospitals are a big business these days. Nonprofit or not-for-profit hospitals simply do not exist the way they did 50 years ago. The hospital industry is a huge, for-profit industry, and many hospitals are owned, operated and run by large hospital operating companies. For example, one of the largest hospital operating companies in the U.S. […]

Dec 122013
 

Medication or drug mistakes occur with alarming frequency. Several years ago, actor Dennis Quaid’s newborn twin boys faced a serious medical emergency when they were given an adult dose of the blood thinner, heparin. The error occurred due to a mix up. The adult dose had a dark cap whereas the infant dose had a […]