The Injuries That You Have Suffered Can Be Tangible Or Intangible

By on Mar 1, 2016 in Kidney disease, Malpractice |

Tangible or Material injury can be a damage or destruction of personal belongings at the hospital, the loss of future earnings due to permanent health damage or disability, a benefit at the work that you have to miss out it because you were treated and survived malpractice on your proper skin, Associate costs of treatment due to medical error, death or disability that disable you to work or funeral expenses of the person who died because of the doctor’s mistake are in fact all the consequences that you will have to pay. Intangible damage is considered to be: physical pain or mental pain that you have suffered due to malpractice, impaired activities of life, death of a family member, the fear after the medical intervention and all these are the most common consequences that you can expect. If you have ever suffered various types of injuries, for each shall be charged a separate...

Malpractice Caused A Death Of Baby

By on Mar 1, 2016 in Baby's Death, Kidney disease, Malpractice |

There was an article in the newspaper about pregnancy malpractice. Doctors thought that patent had a problem with kidneys. Due to malpractice, doctor who treated the patient will remain without a medical license for six months due to a failure in the treatment of pregnant women who lost a baby and almost died. The decision was made by the Supreme Court of the Medical Association of USA. Doctors mistakenly diagnosed a kidney stone even the woman didn’t show any symptom of this kind of problem. They also doubted that it was urinary infection about and kidney pain, and gave her painkillers. All the time the patient was suffering unbearable pain. Just before midnight, after six hours of harassment doctors from another shift came and discovered an inside bleeding that had caused the pain and saved her and her baby from death. After this case, even media started discussing about whether this...