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The Most Common Medical Malpractice Claims

Medical malpractice is a serious occurrence. It is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals are required to give reasonably skilled care. When they don’t, serious illness, infections, disabilities, and even death. The Ken Nunn Law Office has a team of medical malpractice attorneys ready to … Continued

Medical Malpractice In The Addiction Treatment Industry

Our nation is in the grips of an addiction epidemic. If you’ve struggled with addiction and believe that a doctor overprescribed opioid, you should talk with a medical malpractice attorney in Indianapolis. You could have a medical malpractice claim. Addiction Often Starts with a Prescription People addicted to opioids often reach that point because of … Continued

Judge Dismisses Medical Malpractice Case Against Indiana Hospital

Community Hospital in Indianapolis had been facing a medical malpractice case for some time, when a judge dismissed it altogether. This surprising ruling came after lawyers cited the Indiana Medical Malpractice Act which limits the amount of compensation victims can receive to $1.25 million. After the jury awarded the plaintiff $3 million, her civil suit … Continued

Medical Malpractice: What You Need to Know

By: Bob Goldwater, Esq., The Goldwater Law Firm Medical providers owe you a duty to provide medical care that is not substandard or causes you injury, harm, or death. While a doctor cannot guarantee that a medical procedure or a medical treatment will not have negative side effects, the doctor must provide you with a … Continued

What You Need to Know About Medical Malpractice Claims

You have the right to trust your doctors, the medical staff, and the medical facility to provide treatment and medical care that will not cause you harm. Unfortunately, bad things happen because doctors and medical staff cannot prevent every bad result even with the highest level of medical care. Sometimes bad things just happen because … Continued