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Medical negligence causes physical and emotional distress

Despite significant advancements in medical technology and patient safety, not all patients receive an acceptable level of care when undergoing a medical procedure. Medical negligence is a hot topic these days and continues to be one of the leading causes of injury in the state of Oregon and across the country. When health care providers fail to provide acceptable and adequate care to patients, significant injuries can occur, including death. Fortunately, there are ways to take action against such negligent care. A man in another state filed a lawsuit against a medical facility after alleged negligent care caused him physical and emotional distress.

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.

Family alleges medical malpractice after woman dies from overdose

Most doctors and nurses in the state of Oregon are skilled and certified professionals with years of training and experience. However, medical professionals are also human, and humans make mistakes. When mistakes happen during medical procedures, the patients have to live with the consequences. According to recent statistics, medical malpractice is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. A family in another state has filed a lawsuit against a medical center after a family member died, allegedly due to a lethal dose of pain medication.

Lawsuit filed after alleged medical negligence results in injury

Although patient safety has become a top priority in hospitals and medical facilities in Oregon and across the country, thousands of health-care patients are injured every year due to negligence. When medical patients go for a procedure, they not only place their trust in the hands of doctors and nurses, but also their lives. Though the majority of doctors and nurses in the United States are certified, well-trained professionals, they still make mistakes. When mistakes occur in the medical field, the consequences can be life-threatening. Recently, a woman in another state filed a lawsuit after alleged medical negligence left her with permanent injuries.

Alleged medical negligence claims life of beloved husband

The death of a loved one can be a very traumatic and devastating experience. When a loved one is lost because of the negligence of another party, the trauma is greatly magnified. Unfortunately, negligence in the medical field occurs more frequently than most people realize. Even though medical professionals in Oregon undergo hours and hours of training, they still make mistakes. Recently, a woman in another state filed a lawsuit after alleged medical negligence attributed to the death of her husband.

Medical malpractice suit results in $33 million award to mother

It's no secret that thousands of health care patients are injured every year across the United States. Even though doctors and nurses in the state of Oregon and across the country are subjected to years of academic and on-the-job training, mistakes and negligence continue to occur. Recently, a woman in another state was awarded over $33 million as a result of a lawsuit she filed after her baby suffered brain damage due to medical malpractice.

Woman wins $14.9 million in historic medical malpractice suit

In the state of Oregon and across the country, those who believe they or their loved ones were harmed by substandard medical care have the right to take legal action. A woman in another state became paralyzed due to negligent medical care so she and her husband filed a lawsuit. They were recently awarded almost $15 million, which was second largest medical malpractice verdict in the history of their state.