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Medical malpractice remains one of the leading causes of death

Many Kentucky families know all too well what it's like to lose a loved one. The death of a family member is one of life's most difficult and stressful events. When a family member is lost as a result of medical malpractice, the experience can be absolutely devastating and traumatic.

Medical malpractice: Missed steps can be deadly for patients

Successful medical treatment is a step-by-step process. Those in Kentucky and across the country who seek treatment rely on the knowledge and expertise of doctors, surgeons and other providers. However, if a health care provider makes a mistake in any part of the treatment process, the patient can suffer serious injuries and even death. Something as minor as misreading test results can have disastrous effects. This is what allegedly happened to a man in another state, and a medical malpractice lawsuit was filed.

A failure to diagnosis is considered medical malpractice

The most important step in the fight against diseases is a correct and timely diagnosis. To successfully treat any illness, the illness must first be appropriately diagnosed. An incorrect diagnosis could delay critical treatment and allow a disease to grow and spread, causing permanent injuries and even death. In Kentucky and across the United States, failing to properly diagnose a disease or medical condition is considered medical malpractice.

Medical malpractice: Man awarded over $3 million in lawsuit

Every day, thousands of medical patients in Kentucky place their lives in the hands of capable physicians. These patients trust that they will be cared for and given the best treatment available. Unfortunately, this does not always happen. Medical malpractice has become one of the leading causes of death and injury in the United States. A woman in another state lost her life to alleged medical malpractice and her husband was recently awarded over $3 million after filing a lawsuit against a hospital.

Medical malpractice: Couple files claim after alleged negligence

Doctors and other medical professionals in Kentucky have a duty and responsibility to provide medical care in an effective and timely manner. Physicians are required to undergo years of academic training in order to legally treat patients. It takes a special person to become a doctor, and they are often held to a higher standard. However, like all humans, doctors will make mistakes. Unfortunately, medical malpractice can have a direct and permanent impact on the lives of patients and families.

Medical malpractice is a leading cause of injury in America

Modern technology and stringent safety regulations have made surgical procedures safer than ever before in Kentucky and across the country. However, safety regulations only work if surgeons and other health care providers follow these rules. Any deviation or lapse in judgment can result in permanent injuries to the patient, even death. A man in another state filed a lawsuit after alleged medical malpractice left him with lifelong injuries.

Young mother files medical malpractice lawsuit after procedure

The birth of a child is a moment of joy and amazement for parents. A delicate and often complex procedure, childbirth happens on a daily basis in most hospitals throughout the state of Kentucky. Amazingly, skilled and highly trained doctors and nurses make this complicated procedure look routine. However, as with any medical procedure, one seemingly minor missed step can turn into major complications later. A mother in another state claims she was forced to undergo a cesarean without anesthesia, and she recently filed a medical malpractice lawsuit.

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