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Earlier this month, a jury ruled on a case where a Texan doctor simply wrote out a prescription for a dialysis patient, and it went horribly wrong. Originally, he was going to prescribe 10 millimoles of potassium for the 72-year-old, but after writing that out, he decided she actually needed 20 millimoles. He did not Continue Reading..Continue Reading "Patient’s Death Blamed on Illegible Prescription
Sometimes the reason a patient can file a medical malpractice lawsuit is that he or she was not properly warned about the risks of certain medical treatment. Now this does not mean that a doctor had to tell you about anything that could possibly go wrong. But you do have the right to make an Continue Reading..Continue Reading "Understanding Informed Consent
While mistakes are no less prevalent in an ambulance or in the emergency room than in other sections of a hospital, “first responders” understandably have very strong legal protections. Thus paramedics, EMTs, and other first responders can only be sued for malpractice if they have done something horribly wrong. Doctors and nurses in the ER, Continue Reading..Continue Reading "Medical Malpractice in the Emergency Room
Backers of tort reform claim that medical malpractice lawsuits cause the costs of medical care to spike up. Others contend, however, that these suits actually enforce safer medical care. This can further lower malpractice premiums, and in fact lower the costs of medical care. The case example: anesthesiologists. Back in the 70’s and 80’s, these Continue Reading..Continue Reading "Do Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Raise Care Costs?