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Dec 122013

It depends on being able to prove that a medication mistake actually occurred and that it resulted in an adverse reaction or otherwise caused complications with recovery. Hospital medication errors are actually very common in the U.S., and many medication errors cause what are called “adverse drug events” (ADEs). However, proving them will require review […]

Oct 152013

In cases when a medical implant or device fails, the patient may have recourse against the product manufacturer. Medical implant/device failures may require filing a “product liability” claim against the manufacturer. In Pennsylvania and New Jersey, there are two main types of claims made in a products liability injury case involving a medical implant/device: defective […]

Sep 302013

Increasingly, doctors and surgeons are using medical devices and implants. However, such products may be defectively designed or defectively manufactured, and therefore lead to catastrophic failure. In situations when a medical device or implant fails, the patient may be required to undergo extensive medical treatment including surgeries. In some cases, patients may die due to defective, […]

Jul 092013

Many patients will never discover that their doctor made a mistake. The reality is that many patients suffer due to the negligence of a doctor, surgeon, etc. However, when a doctor or medical professional commits negligence, the patient is often left wondering whether their symptoms are normal or whether their doctor made a mistake. The […]

Apr 062013

Can a Pennsylvania hospital be sued for medical malpractice? Question: Can a Philadelphia hospital be sued for medical malpractice? A: In Pennsylvania, hospitals can be sued for negligence which leads to injury or worsened outcomes. In cases where a negligent act occurs at a hospital, like a surgical error or misread diagnostic test, the hospital […]

Apr 022013

A: Medical malpractice cases are some of the toughest types of lawsuits in Pennsylvania. This is due in part to the complexity of most medical malpractice cases, i.e., the complexity of the diagnosis and treatment, such as surgery, etc.  It is also due in part to a special Pennsylvania law which applies to medical malpractice […]

Mar 052013

A: The statute of limitations to bring a negligence lawsuit against a doctor for a botched surgery may vary from state to state.  In Pennsylvania, patients who believe that their doctor or surgeon committed negligence, generally, must bring suit within two years from the date of the negligent act. There is one major exception. Pennsylvania […]

Mar 032013

A: In Pennsylvania, doctors and pharmacists may be held liable for negligence in prescribing medicine. A patient may have a medical malpractice claim against their own doctor or pharmacist for injury sustained as a result of being prescribed or given the wrong medication, the wrong dosage, contraindications, etc. In addition, Pennsylvania law allows for medical […]