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Medical Malpractice

How Negligent Medical Care Can Cause a Brain Injury

Published on February 12, 2024

When we think about brain injuries, we tend to focus on those caused by a blow to the head, a car accident, a motorcycle crash, a bad fall, or a sports injury. While those are common causes of traumatic brain injuries, not all brain injuries result from those types of accidents. An alarming number of Read More…

Common Problems Caused By Unnecessary Surgery

Published on February 5, 2024

Surgeries are lifesaving and can be critical in mitigating disease and treating injuries. As many as 50 million surgeries take place in the U.S. each year and 310 million occur globally. When surgery is necessary, it’s one of the most targeted and effective medical treatments available. However, surgery comes with significant risks, including postoperative infections Read More…

What Are the Most Common Stroke Risk Factors?

Published on January 26, 2024

A stroke is an emergency situation with potentially life-altering or deadly effects. A stroke causes a cut-off of oxygen to the brain or a portion of the brain either by blockage or bleeding, resulting in the death of brain cells. The brain needs a continual supply of nutrients and oxygen-carrying blood to function properly. When Read More…

What Are the Most Concerning Long-Term Surgical Error Complications?

Published on January 14, 2024

Patients are at their most vulnerable when they place themselves into the hands of a surgical team, knowing that the procedure occurs while they are deeply under anesthesia and no longer able to actively participate in their medical care. You trust your medical providers to perform within the medical community’s standard of care to protect Read More…

How Dangerous Are Medical Device Defects?

Published on January 9, 2024

Medical devices are life-saving for many individuals, and many greatly improve a patient’s quality of life. But when these critical devices are defective, it places medically vulnerable patients at tremendous risk. Injuries, negative health impacts, and sometimes death result from defective medical devices. So, how common are medical device defects? According to data from The Read More…

Common Medical Errors Leading to Blood Toxicity

Published on December 22, 2023

Doctors prescribe life-saving medications every day, including medications for temporary conditions or long-term daily use. Sadly, medical errors are a leading cause of death in the United States, including medication mistakes leading to blood toxicity. Because symptoms of drug toxicity may be subtle at first, these dangerous warning signs sometimes go unnoticed by patients and Read More…

How Much Time Do You Have to Sue After Surgery?

Published on November 27, 2023

Surgery is one of the most permanently life-altering experiences we endure as human beings. When we undergo surgery, we are at our most vulnerable and entirely dependent on the high quality of care we expect from our doctors. Though surgeries save countless lives each year, a small but persistent percentage of surgical patients experience serious Read More…

What Compensation is Recoverable in a Medical Malpractice Case?

Published on November 22, 2023

Medical malpractice is one of the most egregious personal injury claims in Arizona courts. We hold our medical providers to high standards and trust them to prioritize our health and safety above all else. When a doctor or other provider commits negligence or makes a medical mistake, they breach the special duty of care they Read More…

How Can Informed Consent Impact Your Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

Published on November 9, 2023

As patients, we put a lot of trust in our medical providers, believing that our health is their highest priority. When it comes to making critical decisions about our health, we want to be the ones who ultimately make the decisions; but before we make choices about our healthcare, we have to trust that our Read More…

What Is a Doctor’s Duty of Care?

Published on October 9, 2023

We trust our doctors with our very lives, relying on their specialized knowledge to provide care when we’re injured, ill, or experiencing normal health changes related to pregnancy and aging. However, a doctor’s knowledge and skills alone are not always enough to ensure that every patient receives the best possible care. To address that issue, Read More…

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