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What to Do When Your Cancer Should Have Been Diagnosed Earlier?

By Clark-Mitchell | Oct 19, 2020

One of the keys to a full recovery is finding your diagnosis out early. Most cancers can and should be diagnosed early before they have a chance to grow and metastasize. Your doctor should order cancer screening test according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP), and The American Cancer Society as well…

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Common Types of Birth Injury

By Clark-Mitchell | Jul 6, 2020

There are many challenges that a family must face when a birth injury occurs. The need for special medical care, different types of therapies, special schooling, and the need for specialized equipment are just a few of these challenges. Birth injuries are the direct result of medical negligence. The court system handles these injuries as…

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How to Prove Clinical Negligence?

By Clark-Mitchell | Jun 15, 2020

Medical negligence or medical malpractice can be a complicated type of personal injury to prove. Any person who has been injured by the medical care they received can file a medical negligence lawsuit. For a successful case, you will need to prove the following four facts: There was a duty of care between the medical…

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Medical Malpractice on Children: Taking Legal Action

By Clark-Mitchell | Apr 17, 2020

When a child has been harmed by the medical care they have received, the outcome can be very serious. These injuries can have an impact on the growth and development of the child, and the emotional trauma from the event can be devastating.   Medical negligence is not just restricted to the care received by…

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Medical Malpractice: Legal Theory and Surgical Practice

By Clark-Mitchell | Mar 14, 2020

Medical negligence is a very serious issue. Patients seek medical attention in the hope of receiving relief or a cure for their illness. There is a specific type of trust that is involved in a doctor-patient relationship that does not exist in any other kind of business dealing. A patient places their life in the…

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What is Clinical Negligence?

By Clark-Mitchell | Feb 14, 2020

Clinical negligence, medical negligence, and medical malpractice are all terms that can be used interchangeably and mean the exact same thing. Clinical negligence is defined as a negligent action of a medical care provider that caused harm, through injury or illness, or death to their patient. Medical negligence cases can be challenging to prove. If…

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Medical Negligence: Common Type and Claim Requirements

By Clark-Mitchell | Jan 21, 2020

Know about Medical Negligence When you think of medical negligence, the first thing that comes to mind is surgical errors. Everyone has heard the horror stories of operations performed on the wrong body part or the wrong patient. We have all heard stories of sponges being left inside a patient or other errors that lead…

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Wrongful Death Claims:

By Clark-Mitchell | Dec 17, 2019

When a death occurs due to the negligence of organizations, persons, and or other establishments the survivors might have the option to bring a wrongful death lawsuit against them. Wrongful death lawsuits attempt to compensate survivors for losses such as funeral expenses, medical bills, lost income, and lost relationships. Here is a brief look at…

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Medical Negligence

Most Common Examples of Medical Negligence

By Clark-Mitchell | Dec 13, 2019

Medical negligence can be a very complicated issue. It is the burden of the injured party to show that a medical care provider acted out of the accepted norms of the field of medicine when providing service, and that service caused harm. The court will require expert testimony to show that the care provider acted…

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