Shoulder Dystocia

Shoulder Dystocia Shoulder Dystocia: A birth injury that occurs when an infant’s shoulder catches on the mother’s hip during child birth | What is Shoulder Dystocia?

Shoulder Dystocia: A birth injury that occurs when an infant’s shoulder catches on the mother’s hip during child birth.

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Shoulder Dystocia - Frequently Asked Questions

18 aug
Can Patients Sue For A Hospital Acquired Infection?

Whenever one visits a medical clinic, hospital, or other related facility, they run the risk of acquiring a hospital acquired infection, which is another term for an infection that one picked up or developed within a medical unit such as a hospital. Studies have shown that up to five percent of patients who enter a

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If Your Doctor Overprescribed Opioids and You Get Addicted Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
28 mar
If Your Doctor Overprescribed Opioids and You Get Addicted Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

If your doctor overprescribed opioids and you get addicted, you may have a medical malpractice case. A doctor who negligently prescribes too much medication can be liable for any injuries or harm that results from their patient’s subsequent addiction to that medication. A successful case hinges on proving that negligence was a factor. The medical

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Shoulder Dystocia - News Articles

22 oct
The Law of Medical Malpractice in Maine: A Survey of Basic Considerations

The Law of Medical Malpractice in Maine:  A Survey of Basic Considerations Maine medical malpractice law is among the most complex legal practice areas.  The statutes, case law, and regulations governing medical malpractice law in Maine are highly technical.  For instance, there are very strict and complicated filing deadlines that must be followed, or the injured

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Settlement Reached In St. Joseph’s Unnecessary Stents Case
01 oct
Settlement Reached In St. Joseph’s Unnecessary Stents Case

One of the largest medical malpractice cases in Maryland’s history was settled earlier this month for a confidential amount.  Nearly 250 patients have settled their civil lawsuits against Dr. Mark Midei and Catholic Health Initiatives, the company who owned St. Joseph’s, accusing the cardiologist of implanting unnecessary heart stents in them.  According to The Baltimore

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