Starting a Medical Malpractice Case: First Steps

Medical News Today  states, “Medical malpractice occurs when a health care professional or provider neglects to provide appropriate treatment, omits taking appropriate action, or gives substandard treatment that causes harm, injury, or death to a patient. The...

Medical Malpractice: Understaffed and Overworked

Cases of medical malpractice can occur for a number of reasons, from shoddy procedures to lack of communication and more. In some situations, medical malpractice may also be the result of hospital staffing issues, including nurse understaffing. The Impact of...

Common Misconceptions About Personal Injury Cases

One of the most traumatic experiences you can have in your life is being involved in an accident. Whether you have been involved in a car accident or an on the job mishap, getting well should be your main concern. In some cases, the accident you are involved in will...

Personal Injury: Proving Negligence

In the majority of personal injury cases, the issue of proving fault is dependent on a legal concept that is referred to as “negligence.” More specifically, you have to prove the four key elements of the negligence claim, which include: The duty of care The breach of...