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Lawsuit alleges medical malpractice caused damaging seizure

Medical care is often a step-by-step process. If any step is missed during the treatment process, the patient may unfortunately suffer the repercussions, and this can mean serious injury and even death. In Kentucky and across the United States, when an omission or any kind of negligence during treatment harms a patient, victims and families can take legal action and file a medical malpractice lawsuit.

Human error continues to be the main cause of medical malpractice

Even though the United States is a global leader, the health care system here still has its issues. In Kentucky and across the country, doctors and nurses are becoming scarce, medical facilities are often overcrowded and health care costs have skyrocketed. Although these are major areas of concern, one problem that often gets overlooked is the increase in medical malpractice cases. In many of these cases, human error is the main culprit.

Does the economy impact truck accidents?

For many people, a growing economy is a good thing. A recession is a threat. They know that the economy goes up and down over time, but they naturally want to see healthy growth from year to year. It makes them feel more secure in their jobs. It shows that money is changing hands properly. It makes the country seem strong, prosperous and successful.

Truck accidents are more likely on interstates

Tractor-trailers are massive, and these big rigs can be very dangerous for those traveling in smaller passenger vehicles. Today, there are more commercial trucks on the road than ever before in Kentucky and throughout the United States. As a result, more truck accidents are happening. Recently, an accident involving a tractor-trailer seriously injured one man and killed another.

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