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Personal Error a Common Reason for Medical Malpractice
Personal Error a Common Reason for Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice remains one of the leading causes of death in the United States, third behind cancer and heart disease. There are many various different reasons medical malpractice occurs. Commonly cited issues include failing to diagnose or misdiagnosing an illness. ...

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    A recent medical malpractice study showed that nearly 50% of older physicians have faced a medical malpractice lawsuit, and fewer that 8% of those ...

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  • Patient Awarded $11.5M in Failure to Diagnose Case

    News reports that a jury has awarded a girl $11.5M in a medical malpractice lawsuit. The radiologic malpractice case asserts that the radiologist was ...

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  • $12.25 Million Awarded in Diagnostic Slide Mix-up Case

    Recently, a jury awarded a man $12.25 million in a medical malpractice trial. The award was based on a surgical error. According to reports, the man ...

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  • Failure to diagnose is a leading cause of medical malpractice

    Recently, a jury awarded $3.3 million to the family of a woman who died following a delay in diagnosis. According to the medical malpractice lawsuit, ...

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    Reports indicate that a woman died following an alleged delay in diagnosis of "necrotizing fasciitis," also known as flesh eating bacteria. According ...

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  • Reducing Diagnostic Errors Key to Improving Patient Safety

    Over the last several years, much has been made of the finding that preventable medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death in the United ...

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  • Failure to Diagnose May Be Malpractice

    Many times you go to the doctors because something just doesn't feel right. You may have an unexplained pain in your breast, or are experiencing ...

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  • Failure to Diagnose is Leading Cause of Medical Malpractice Claims

    A new study reveals that the payout for successful medical malpractice claims has increased, while the number of lawsuits has decreased. The study ...

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    According to a recent study, roughly 80% of all physicians will be sued at some point in their careers for medical malpractice. Although medical ...

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