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Patient suffers injuries due to alleged medical negligence

In Oregon and across the country, thousands of patients are injured at the hands of negligent medical professionals each year. Unfortunately, medical negligence happens virtually every day and is more common than many people realize. Health care professionals are often seen as some of the smartest and most responsible members of society, but they can still make mistakes. Hospitals and medical facilities are often understaffed so doctors and nurses are forced to work long, exhausting hours that can also contribute to mistakes. A man in another state filed a lawsuit after alleged negligence caused him to suffer injuries.

Father dies as a result of alleged medical negligence

When Oregon residents undergo a medical procedure, they place their trust in the hands of doctors and nurses. The majority of medical professionals in the United States are certified, well-trained professionals. Despite training and experience, doctors and nurses still make mistakes. Unfortunately, medical negligence is one of the leading causes of injury in the country. A lawsuit was recently filed by the children of a deceased man in another state over claims that negligence from medical professionals caused the death of their father.

Woman loses leg due to alleged medical malpractice

Unfortunately, thousands of patients are injured every year due to the negligence of health care professionals. Medical malpractice is one of the leading causes of death and injury each year in the United States. When patients in Oregon and across the country are injured due to the negligence of medical professionals, legal recourse may be available. A woman in another state lost her leg due to the alleged negligence of her health care providers, and she has filed a lawsuit.

Alleged medical malpractice leaves patient with brain damage

Every year, despite great advancements in patient safety and care, thousands of patients are injured or killed at the hands of medical professionals. Doctors and nurses in the state of Oregon and across the country are required to have years of schooling and on-the-job training, but they can still make mistakes. When mistakes happen during a procedure, the patient suffers the consequences. Recently in another state, a woman filed a medical malpractice lawsuit after a procedure allegedly left her with brain damage.