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Man with Amputated Leg Due to Sepsis

Amputation Due to Sepsis

Sepsis is an infection of the blood that occurs when the body overreacts to another source of infection. Normally, the initial infection is treated with antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals, or antiparasitics. But if a doctor fails to diagnose the in… Read More
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Baby injured by failure to timely perform a C-section

Birth Injury Claims for Failure to Timely Perform a C-Section

Failure to timely perform a Cesarean section (C-section) during labor and delivery can result in birth injuries to the mother or the baby. During labor and delivery, the doctor, nurse mid-wife and nurses ( the obstetrical team) should be monitoring t… Read More
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MRI Showing Brain Injury

​Anoxic Brain Injuries During Surgery

Fortunately, anoxic brain injuries during surgery are relatively rare. But when brain injuries during surgery do occur, the hospital and surgical team will likely explain that the catastrophic injury was a tragic but unfortunate consequence of unavoi… Read More
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UH fertility clinic Letter 1

See the latest letter from UH fertility clinic with admissions as to what went wrong

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Doctor looking at xrays to determine medical malpractice

Examples of Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice occurs when a doctor or other healthcare provider injures a patient as a result of a medical mistake, error, or omission. The negligence may be due to an error in diagnosis, poor judgment, or a mistake made during the surgical pr… Read More
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Hospital Corridor

Examples of Hospital Negligence

Hospital negligence occurs when a hospital employee injures a patient through a negligent act, error, or omission. However, determining whether it was the hospital or a doctor who was ultimately responsible can be a difficult task, and should not be… Read More
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Emergency room doctors with patient

How to Avoid Emergency Room Medical Errors

Medical errors are the 4th leading cause of death behind heart attacks, cancer, and car crashes. Medical errors kill more than 250,000 people in the United States every year. Fortunately, by being proactive, you can avoid many of the most common e… Read More
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Medical Malpractice Law Book, Gavel and Stethoscope

Can I Sue a Doctor or Hospital for Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice occurs when a medical provider, like a doctor, nurse, or hospital, injures a patient during the course of treatment. Injured patients or family members may wonder whether they can sue a doctor or hospital for medical malpractice,… Read More
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Word Malpractice highlighted in dictionary

The Four Elements of Malpractice

Throughout our lives, we put our trust and faith in doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals to take care of our health needs. Most of the time, they meet or exceed our expectations. Unfortunately, there are times when medical care falls shor… Read More
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Medical Malpractice in Ohio

What Constitutes Medical Malpractice in Ohio?

Do you think your doctor or hospital made a mistake in your care? Do you think you experienced a medication error? You may need to file a lawsuit for a medical malpractice. At Robenalt Law, we want you to have the best information to understand the i… Read More
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