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September 2018 Archives

Venue change in wrongful death case

People in Washington State who believe they or their family member have been injured due to a medical error have reason to want to seek compensation. When a medical mistake or act of medical negligence leads to a person's death, that urge to be compensated can naturally be even greater. In seeking some form of compensation, some people might have choices as to where they pursue the legal action.

Misdiagnosis linked to mimicking diseases

It is reasonable for people in Washington State to be concerned about a missed or inaccurate medical diagnosis. Their health is important, and they deserve to be given the right information so that they can make informed decisions and take steps to address any health conditions or illnesses they may have. One thing that can make a proper diagnosis difficult is the fact that many conditions share symptoms, and some can actually act or appear like other conditions. 

Cerebral palsy is a birth injury that doctors can often prevent

Pregnancy is a time rife with anticipation and fears for soon-to-be parents. Most people take great steps prior to and during pregnancy to ensure the health of their children. These efforts could include losing weight, changing their diet, discontinuing medications, taking multivitamins and seeing a doctor regularly. The end goal of all of this work is to ensure the delivery of a healthy baby.

Imaging technology may help surgical errors

Most people in Washington State have heard reports about mistakes made during operations that have resulted in severe harm or even death to patients. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality indicates that these types of errors can often be classified into one of three categories.

Lawsuit alleges lack of addiction diagnosis

For many people in Washington State, when they think about a medical error involving the failure to diagnose a condition, they think about diseases like cancer or heart disease. Certainly these conditions can go unidentified all too often but they are far from the only types of medical mistakes in which a physician did not appropriately diagnose a patient's problem.