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Recoverable Damages in a Phoenix Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Published on April 6, 2022

Arizona allows patients who suffer injury or illness at the hands of medical practitioners to recover monetary damages for their losses.  Before collecting these damages, the patient or their medical malpractice attorney must prove the medical provider or care facility acted negligently. Proving Negligence in a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit  Proving negligence in a medical malpractice Read More…

Can I Sue for Damages Over a Botched Circumcision In Arizona?

Published on March 11, 2022

Circumcision is a common procedure for cosmetic and religious purposes across the United States.  Nearly one in three men are circumcised.  Although circumcision is performed routinely, the decision to have the operation or perform a circumcision on an infant is profoundly personal and carries risks as with any medical procedure. What is Circumcision? Circumcision is Read More…

What Are The Risks and Dangers Of Elective Surgeries?

Published on March 5, 2022

With the recent and active spread and containment efforts of Covid-19 across the country, many elective surgeries were postponed.  This was partly due to the allocation of resources and lack of available staff.   As the country moves forward, elective surgeries will be rescheduled.  This means doctors and patients must discuss the potential benefits, outcomes, and Read More…

Medical Errors Caused by Poor Communication

Published on February 28, 2022

A leading cause of medical errors and harm to patients in the healthcare system is poor communication.  In fact, communication failure was cited for up to 30% of medical malpractice cases in a recent study by CRICO Strategies.   The breakdowns in communication discussed by this study included: Miscommunication regarding the patient’s condition between care team members; Read More…

Can Doctors Legally Lie to Patients?

Published on June 26, 2019

Patients trust doctors. When they go to the doctor, they believe that the diagnoses and treatments prescribed are in their best interests. Individuals also trust their doctors with sensitive and personal information. Maintaining trust and confidentiality is a health practitioner’s duty of care as required by federal law. When a health practitioner breaches his or Read More…

What Is the Difference Between Medical Error and Medical Malpractice?

Published on March 11, 2019

If you or a relative suffered an injury during a medical procedure, experienced negative side effects from medical treatment, or feel as though a medical professional failed to adequately treat a condition using reasonable care, it is possible you have grounds for a medical malpractice claim. However, not every mistake a medical professional makes automatically Read More…

Can You Sue a Doctor for Misdiagnosis?

Published on December 11, 2018

Doctors have a duty to their patients to deliver timely and accurate diagnoses. Although medicine is an inherently uncertain field and some diseases and medical conditions may have symptoms that mimic other conditions, medical professionals have a duty to deliver the most accurate diagnoses possible to their patients. When a doctor delivers an incorrect diagnosis, Read More…

What Is A Doctor’s Duty Of Care?

Published on November 14, 2018

When you visit a doctor’s office or hospital in Arizona, you have a legal right to expect a certain level of patient care. Federal and state laws hold physicians and healthcare centers to the highest standards of patient care. Falling short of these duties can cause unnecessary and preventable patient injuries, illnesses, and wrongful deaths Read More…

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