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Medical Malpractice

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Botched Circumcision Claimed in Lawsuit


Is a bad circumcision grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit?


It’s a procedure routinely performed countless times daily in hospitals across the nation, though envisioning the procedure could make many parents weak in the knees. Male infant circumcision is typically performed in the hospital at only one-day old. In fact, it’s done so often without incident that many parents might not consider investigating the doctor who will be performing it prior to giving their consent to the procedure.

When it goes well, it is quickly forgotten, but when circumcision goes wrong, it is often followed by a Read more . . .


Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Medical Negligence: Removing a Healthy Organ


Is it medical negligence to remove a healthy organ?


Patients facing surgery are often nervous about the procedure they are undergoing and the recovery and/or rehabilitation that may follow it. Hoping that medical negligence doesn’t occur is also normal.
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Monday, June 25, 2018

Last Dance for Dermatologist?

Q: Can dancing while operating constitute medical malpractice?

It's well-known that some surgeons enjoy listening to background music while they operate. Unfortunately, if they get too caught up in the music and apparently start dancing on videotape while performing surgery, they could find themselves suspended from practice-- or even named in a medical malpractice lawsuit.


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Monday, November 27, 2017

Good Samaritan Laws in Missouri


In an emergency situation, there likely will not be a doctor, nurse, or some other medical professional around to render aid. Instead, you may be forced to count on the kindness of strangers to help you after an accident or medical emergency. Even those these individuals may have good intentions, their lack of experience or knowledge may end up causing more harm than good.

Good Samaritan laws often protect these first responders in emergency situations. However, Missouri’s Good Samaritan laws only offer civil liability immunity for those who have medical training or experience.
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