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Blog Posts in February, 2016

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  • A Doctor's Refusal to Treat a Patient May Lead to Malpractice Liability
    A Doctor's Refusal to Treat a Patient May Lead to Malpractice Liability

    An issue currently arising in courts across the country demonstrates a problem with medical care that is provided in Catholic and other religious hospitals, especially hospitals that are located away ...

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  • Jury Awards $3 Million Verdict in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
    Jury Awards $3 Million Verdict in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

    A jury in Georgia decided late last month to award $3 million to the surviving spouse of a woman who died two days after having what was supposed to be a routine surgery in 2009. According to a local ...

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  • Woman Dies During Childbirth After Suffering Excessive Bleeding
    Woman Dies During Childbirth After Suffering Excessive Bleeding

    A family was struck by an unexpected tragedy last month when a 37-year-old woman died during childbirth after she arrived at a hospital while going into labor. According to a local news report , the ...

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  • Victim of Birth Injury at U.S. Military Hospital Brings Challenge to United States Supreme Court
    Victim of Birth Injury at U.S. Military Hospital Brings Challenge to United States Supreme Court

    Under a doctrine of law known commonly as the “ Feres Doctrine,” active U.S. Military members may not sue a military medical provider for incidents that occurred in the course of military service. ...

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  • Recent Academic Study Finds Doctors Regularly Underestimate Birth Weight, Increasing the Risk of Certain Birth Injuries
    Recent Academic Study Finds Doctors Regularly Underestimate Birth Weight, Increasing the Risk of Certain Birth Injuries

    Maryland medical providers have a legal responsibility to treat a patient with care that meets or exceeds the professional standard of care in the relevant medical field, and a failure to meet that ...

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  • Improperly Performed Cesarean Sections Can Lead to the Birth Injury or Death of a Mother or Child
    Improperly Performed Cesarean Sections Can Lead to the Birth Injury or Death of a Mother or Child

    The decision to perform a cesarean section, which is a procedure that can be used to deliver a child surgically when a natural vaginal birth is either unsafe or not occurring as planned, as well as ...

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