Health Providers Must Have High Standard To Avoid Medical Malpractice

Posted by Jacques Williams on Jul 16, 2015 9:56:00 AM

Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider has failed a patient by making a mistake. It’s when a doctor, nurse or staff member neglected to do his or her job correctly and, as a direct result, injured a patient. Since this injury shouldn’t have happened, the patient may have a right to compensation.

It would be ridiculous to say doctors and nurses never make mistakes -- we know this isn’t true. However, health care providers must be held responsible for the results of their mistakes. Society holds motorists responsible for their negligence when they cause vehicle accidents, so health care providers should also answer for mistakes that cause their patients harm.

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Topics: medical malpractice, Compensation, health care providers

Personal Injury Claims & The Constitution

Posted by Jacques Williams on Jul 2, 2015 11:20:00 AM

Have you been hurt by the fault of another person? Has it affected your ability to enjoy life the way you did before you were injured?

The law provides remedies to help you. You can often recoup your economic losses due to personal injury, and also be compensated for your pain and suffering. Maybe you can’t play with your children anymore because of the severity of your injuries. Maybe you can’t participate in sports and other recreational pursuits anymore. Whether you have physical pain or emotional distress, the civil justice system can provide recognition of your loss through monetary compensation.

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Topics: medical malpractice, personal injury, personal injury lawyer in morgantown, morgantown law firm, Compensation, Constitutional Rights