Failure to Diagnose and Treat Skin Cancers
It is the failure to perform a biopsy, the misreading of the pathology specimen or the pathology report, and/or the failure to adequately treat and/or remove the cancer once diagnosed that will most often form the basis of a legal claim.
By Judy Greenwood
How to Determine If a Stroke Was the Result of Medical Negligence
There are 795,000 new or recurrent strokes per year in the United States Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in this country. Stroke occurs when the flow of blood carrying oxygen and nutrients to healthy brain cells is disrupted, due...
By Judy Greenwood
Identifying Malpractice Using an Expert Witness
Identifying malpractice using an expert witness can identify malpractice and is useful and beneficial to have an expert to testify for medical or legal negligence lawsuits. The medical professionals are best served when the public can have...
By Adrianna Noton