Category: Medical Malpractice

Bringing a Legal Claim for Birth Injuries or Surgical Errors

Everything You Need to Know About Bringing a Legal Claim for Birth Injuries and Surgical Errors With George L. Phillips, M.D., Esq. Bringing a medical malpractice case can be complicated and difficult to pursue, especially when birth injuries or surgical errors are involved. George L. Phillips, M.D., Esq. provides this concise resource to help guide you in the process of filing a medical malpractice lawsuit for any type of birth injury or surgery-related mistake. Make sure your case is within the statute of limitations. Before you bring a medical malpractice case for birth injuries or surgical errors, it is important to make sure your case falls within the statute of limitations for your state. This means that you must file your claim within a certain period of time from when the injury or death occurred. Many states impose different deadlines depending on what type of injury it is and when…

Georgia Medical Malpractice Attorney

  When we experience health issues, most of us trust that our medical providers will help us to recover, or at least that they will treat us competently and not make the situation worse. Unfortunately, sometimes medical providers make really bad mistakes or overlook certain factors that they should consider. Studies estimate that approximately 22,000 people die in the U.S. each year because of such errors, while countless more suffer livable but life-altering consequences. If you or a loved one have been harmed by inadequate medical care, you may wonder what remedies could be available to you. Here is some information on Georgia medical malpractice lawsuits for you to consider. Causes Of Malpractice Medical mismanagement is one common cause of medical malpractice. For example, perhaps your cardiologist did not adequately monitor your symptoms to realize that your heart condition had significantly worsened, so you ended up needing a risky surgery…

What To Expect From Medical Malpractice Damage Caps In Georgia

Medical malpractice lawsuits are filed when a medical professional's negligent behavior leads to physical, emotional and/or financial harm to a patient. This occurs when a doctor fails to diagnose a life-threatening illness that a more competent doctor would have identified or when a medical practitioner fails to notify a patient of risks or to deliver competent, timely treatment for a diagnosed condition. What are the requirements for a claim, and when to file The most successful malpractice lawsuits are filed soon after the negligent occurrence and provide clear evidence that all claim requirements are met, including: A clear doctor-patient relationship Negligent behavior on behalf of the doctor Injury that resulted directly from the negligent behavior Damages that resulted directly from the injury If you have the evidence needed to prove all of these requirements to the satisfaction of a court of law, then you may successfully win your case against one or more…

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