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March 2019 Archives

Medical malpractice: Surgical mistakes directly affect patients

There is a certain level of risk involved with any medical procedure. Surgeries require precision and constant focus from providers, otherwise patients can be seriously injured or even killed. Every day across the country, thousands of people undergo surgical procedures and place their lives in the hands of physicians and surgeons. When these medical professionals make a mistake, or fail to do their jobs correctly, the patient suffers the consequences. Fortunately, Kentucky families who have suffered due to medical malpractice have options available to help them get through this difficult experience.

More commercial traffic means greater chances for truck accidents

Tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles are vital to the United States economy. Large commercial vehicles are a convenient and economical way to ship goods across large distances. These days, the economy is booming, so interstate highways that criss-cross the state of Kentucky are constantly flooded with tractor-trailers and other commercial traffic. Sharing crowded highways with these massive vehicles can be a harrowing experience for those in smaller passenger vehicles. Truck accidents seem to be happening more and more in Kentucky.

Medical malpractice lawsuit settled for nearly $1 million

Surgeons and physicians are commonly considered some of the most intelligent members of society. Although it takes years of schooling and constant training to be a doctor in the state of Kentucky, it is a fact that all humans will make mistakes. Mistakes made during medical procedures can completely change the lives of patients and families, and not for the better. A medical malpractice claim was filed against a surgeon in another state after alleged negligence during a procedure left a man with injuries.

Negligence in a nursing home results in medical malpractice claim

As loved ones age, they sometimes lose their independence and may need special around-the-clock care. In today's world, it may be difficult for family members to give elderly loved ones the care they need and deserve. Fortunately, nursing facilities are available to provide care to loved ones who are not able to live alone. The vast majority of nursing homes in Kentucky are wonderful facilities that take great care of all patients. Unfortunately, medical malpractice in these facilities can quickly lead to serious injuries and death.

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