Medical Malpractice Blog Posts

AP Reports Florida Supreme Court Tosses Out Caps on Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Awards

Florida's Supreme Court made headlines last week for removing the cap on damages for wrongful death medical malpractice cases. This is excellent news for Florida families that are grieving the loss of a loved one whose death was preceded by a failure… Read More

Eye Infections linked to Troubled Pharmacy

According to CBS News, federal health official have confirmed 33 cases of a rare fungal eye infection across 7 states. All of the patients had undergone some type of eye procedure, including surgery or injections. The CDC reports that 23 people had some… Read More

Lawsuit Filed After Nurse Cuts off Baby's Finger

Veronica Olguin is suing Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center after a nurse severed her babys finger. In October 2011, Veronica Olguin took her then 3-month-old daughter Selena to the hospital for a fever that wouldnt break. The baby stayed in the… Read More

Doctor Suspended After Patient Dies

On Wednesday, Florida's Department of Health issued an emergency suspension of Zannos Grekos's medical license after he allegedly performed an illegal stem therapy on an unidentified patient that died during the procedure last week. According to CNN,… Read More

Is a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit in Arizona Necessary?

We are taught from an early age that we should trust our medical care providers when it comes to their diagnoses, their opinions and their recommendations. However, doctors and other medical professionals can and will make mistakes from time to time,… Read More

Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations in Phoenix

When someone is injured in the course of receiving medical care, that person can suffer immensely and may not even survive the aftermath of such a mistake. When these situations arise, those who have been harmed or the surviving family members need to… Read More

A Delay in Cancer Diagnosis Could Mean Medical Malpractice

Cancer is a public health scourge, and it's been terrorizing people all over Arizona and the United States for generations. The biggest reason that cancer instills such fear is that it has no cure, although the remarkable progress made in cancer research… Read More

Birth Injuries May Have Been Caused by Medical Negligence

When a child is born, several things need to go right in order for both the infant and the mother to come out of this process unharmed. While medical professionals are highly skilled in regards to delivering babies, the fact remains that there are births… Read More

What Determines Medical Malpractice in Arizona?

People need medical care for many different reasons, and since we were all young, we've all been taught to trust the opinions, recommendations and performances of medical professionals whose job is to take care of us and to protect us from further harm.… Read More

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