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Mother awarded $50 million in medical malpractice claim

For parents in Kentucky and across the country, the birth of a child is a memorable event full of joy and amazement. However, childbirth is a delicate process that requires extreme care and attention. Negligence or a lapse in judgment by doctors or medical care providers can result in injuries to both the mother and infant. Unfortunately, injuries during childbirth are often suffered for a lifetime. In another state, a mother filed a lawsuit after her son suffered permanent injuries due to alleged medical malpractice during his birth.

Medical malpractice: Even minor surgeries come with risks

Medical technology in the United States has improved by leaps and bounds in just the last 20 years. What were once invasive and difficult surgeries have now become simple and routine. Surgeons in Kentucky and across the country combine their expertise with advanced technology to improve outcomes and save the lives of their patients. When humans are involved, however, the risk for medical malpractice will always be present.

Family awarded $9 million in medical malpractice lawsuit

Without question, physicians are widely considered to be some of the most intelligent and capable members of society. Doctors in the state of Kentucky are required to undergo years of academic and on-the-job training in order to legally examine and treat patients. However, whenever humans are involved, mistakes will happen. When mistakes occur during medical treatment, the patient will suffer the consequences. A family in another state filed a medical malpractice lawsuit after a woman died due to alleged negligent medical treatment.

Patients will suffer the consequences of medical malpractice

When a person falls ill, the first step that he or she takes is usually visiting a hospital or primary care physician. Patients in Kentucky place their trust and lives in the hands of licensed and capable medical providers, and it is expected that these professionals will uphold an acceptable level of care. Unfortunately, medical professionals do not always perform their job duties as expected. A man in another state filed a medical malpractice claim after providers allegedly switched his samples and failed to make the correct diagnosis.

Medical malpractice lawsuit alleges improper diagnosis

When it comes to successful medical treatment, a timely and correct diagnosis is often the first and most important step. If an illness or medical condition is not recognized or properly diagnosed, how can it be treated? Unfortunately, this type of medical malpractice is not uncommon for patients in Kentucky and across the country. A lawsuit filed in another state claims that doctors failed to diagnose a spinal infection that left a man suffering injuries.

Medical malpractice: Errors will happen when providers are rushed

Its not uncommon for hospitals, clinics and other medical facilities in Kentucky to experience high patient volumes and be filled to near capacity levels. In an effort to open up rooms and see more patients, providers will often be in a rush to discharge patients, which can lead to negligence. A man in another state filed a medical malpractice lawsuit over allegations that he was discharged from a hospital with a piece of a catheter lodged in his body.

Medical malpractice: Mistakes will happen despite preparation

In a perfect world, medical providers would be able to heal ailments and facilitate the health and recovery of all patients. However, in the real world, mistakes are often made that exacerbate medical issues instead of remedy them. In Kentucky and across the United States, medical malpractice continues to be a very real and concerning problem. When negligence contributes to injuries, victims have the option to take legal action.

A failure to diagnose can constitute medical malpractice

Without question, one of the most painful injuries any Kentucky resident can experience is a broken bone. A fracture, no matter how minor, requires the proper treatment and care in order to heal quickly and correctly. However, treatment cannot be administered if the injury is never diagnosed in the first place. A man in another state claims that medical providers failed to diagnose broken bones in his foot and he filed a medical malpractice lawsuit.

Medical malpractice can affect anyone

Those who require medical treatment or undergo surgical procedures are sometimes bedridden and may be unable to care for themselves as they normally would. It is the job of nurses and other medical staff to provide patients with the proper treatment and care to aid in recovery. However, nurses in Kentucky are often understaffed and in a rush to see patients, which can cause them to leave some duties unfulfilled. Victims and families may pursue legal action through a medical malpractice claim when neglect causes injuries or death.

Lawsuit alleged astronaut's death was due to medical malpractice

Unfortunately, negligent medical care continues to be a leading cause of death and injury in the United States. Medical malpractice does not discriminate and can affect any patient in Kentucky. Famous astronaut Neil Armstrong tragically passed away a few years ago due to what his family believed was medical malpractice and they filed a lawsuit.

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