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Medical malpractice: Improper treatment leads to permanent damage

Medical professionals in Tennessee and elsewhere must exercise the utmost diligence during a procedure to correct an issue with a person's spine. Any complications during a similar procedure can have severe consequences that could have a significant impact on the life of a patient. A 17-year-old girl in another state has been awarded $135 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit after improper treatment left her with long-term damage.

Medical malpractice: Allergic reaction leads to untimely death

Upon visiting a medical facility for any manner of procedure, patients in Tennessee and elsewhere may rely on doctors to keep constant watch over their conditions. Any complications that occur during this period may need to be addressed swiftly to prevent a patient from suffering severe harm to health. A jury has recently awarded a family in another state a judgment of just under $30 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit after a woman died due to an allergic reaction to a contrast dye applied prior to a CT scan.

1 files medical malpractice claim against plastic surgeon

Patients in Tennessee and elsewhere who are scheduled to undergo a surgical procedure may place their safety in the hands of medical professionals in the process. If negligence is present during even a minor procedure, the consequences can be disastrous. A woman in another state has recently filed a medical malpractice lawsuit claiming that negligence during plastic surgery caused her to suffer permanent harm.

1 files medical malpractice lawsuit after suffering paralysis

When a person in Tennessee is suffering symptoms of a serious spinal cord injury, any sudden movements could cause his or her condition to deteriorate. When treating patients with similar health concerns, medical facilities generally seek to restrict their movements while addressing the condition and forming a plan for treatment. A couple in another state has been awarded a substantial monetary judgement in a medical malpractice lawsuit after a facility failed to take the necessary precautions while treating a patient.

Nursing home neglect and the harm it could bring about

Having to place someone close into a long-term care facility can be a stressful experience. Those who relinquish the care of loved ones to a nursing home in Tennessee generally expect them to receive a certain quality of care. While most facilities may practice the utmost diligence in caring for patients, some may fall short of what is expected. Nursing home neglect can take a variety of forms, each of which could have a devastating impact on the life of a patient.

Medical malpractice: Delay in treatment leads to death of child

When parents in Tennessee bring their kids to a medical facility for treatment, they generally expect their kids to receive a certain standard of care. A failure to diagnose and treat a serious medical condition in a timely manner can be dangerous and may cause a child to suffer serious harm, or worse. A family has recently been awarded a judgment of $6.5 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit after a failure to diagnose intestinal problems led to the death of their 11-month-old child.

Medical Malpractice: 1 dies after delay in cancer diagnosis

There are a multitude of medical conditions that could exhibit similar symptoms, some of which could be more severe than others. When patients in Tennessee visit a medical facility for treatment, they typically expect doctors to be thorough with their diagnosis, as failing to identify a serious health concern could prove harmful. A $4.2 million judgment has been awarded to the estate of a man in a medical malpractice lawsuit after a late cancer diagnosis reportedly led to his untimely death.

Medical malpractice: The potential danger of a misdiagnosis

When it comes to a serious medical condition, a swift and proper diagnosis may be essential to providing the necessary care to a patient. Individuals in Tennessee who visit a hospital for treatment generally expect doctors to be capable of issuing a correct diagnosis, as failing to do so could bring about disastrous consequences. Recent studies suggest that errors during the diagnosis of a patient are one of the leading causes of medical malpractice claims.

Family awarded $68 million medical malpractice judgment

When a person in Tennessee is scheduled to undergo a serious medical procedure, he or she may expect the surgeon to remain in the operating room throughout the process to ensure it goes as planned. Should a surgeon choose to leave the room before the operation is finished, the remainder of the procedure may be left in the hands of those who aren't qualified to perform it. A family has been awarded a $68 million judgment in a medical malpractice lawsuit after complications from a surgery left a man in a coma.

Man files medical malpractice lawsuit following death of wife

Patients in Tennessee and elsewhere who are scheduled to undergo major surgery generally rely on medical professions to be capable of safeguarding their health throughout the procedure. Should negligence be present in any form during such a procedure, the harm suffered can be severe, potentially resulting in further damage to his or her health, or worse. A man has recently filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against a doctor following the decline of health and death of his wife.

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