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Category: Birth Injuries

Nursing Malpractice

Most of the time, when people think of malpractice cases, they think of physicians or hospitals as being the responsible party. And it's true that typically a doctor or hospital will be held responsible for damages in malpractice cases, but nurses can actually cause the harm or injury that leads to malpractice.

Nurses are a doctor's or hospital's front line for patient care. It is a nurse's responsibility to monitor a patient's condition and it's typically a nurse that notices first when something goes wrong with patients under their care. Nurses also administer drugs to patients and operate medical equipment in the administering of patient care.

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Birth Injuries

The happiest and most joyful event of one's life, the birth of a child, can quickly turn into one of the most devastating events when complications occur during birth causing injuries or even death.

Birth injuries can mean lifelong medical challenges, and when those injuries are the result of medical malpractice due to negligence, parents have a right to compensation for a wide variety of damages to support the ongoing care and recovery of their child. Additionally, punitive damages are awarded in many birth injury malpractice cases.

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