Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Stevens Johnson Syndrome Stevens Johnson Syndrome Definition: A rare disorder of the skin, occasionally discovered to be attributed to allergies to new medication | Malpractice Law

Stevens – Johnson Syndrome: A rare disorder of the skin. It is extremely difficult to find the cause of Stevens – Johnson Syndrome. Many cases go undiagnosed or unresolved. It is occasionally discovered that a patient has developed an allergy to a new medication, and this is the body’s way of alerting the patient to the problem.

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Is There A Statute of Limitations On Medical Malpractice Cases In Florida?
29 mar
Is There A Statute of Limitations On Medical Malpractice Cases In Florida?

There is a statute of limitations on medical malpractice cases in Florida. According to F.S. §95.11(4)(b), victims must file a lawsuit within two years from the time of the malpractice incident—or two years from the time the incident was discovered. To speak with a medical malpractice lawyer in Florida about the statute of limitations in your

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What Are Some of the Common Allegations in Malpractice Cases Involving Surgery?
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What Are Some of the Common Allegations in Malpractice Cases Involving Surgery?

More medical malpractice claims arise from surgical procedures than from any other medical field. While any number of things can go wrong during complex medical procedures, there are some common allegations in malpractice cases involving surgery. If you believe you were the victim of medical malpractice, an attorney from Newsome Melton can help. We can determine if

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Stevens Johnson Syndrome - News Articles

22 mar
Georgia Doctor Found Liable for Medical Malpractice Leaving Patient Paralyzed

Joan Simmons woke up on July 20, 2014 in unbearable pain. She was somehow able to get herself to the emergency room at St. Joseph’s/Chandler Hospital, located in Savannah, Georgia. Simmons, then 58, told the attending emergency room physicians that she had an intense pain coming from her back. According to court records, Simmons was

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New York Man Awarded $2.1 Million In Radiology Malpractice Suit
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New York Man Awarded $2.1 Million In Radiology Malpractice Suit

Errors by radiologists can occur for a number of reasons, from misreading X-rays to poor communication with physicians, and they can result in very serious health complications that can even be life-threatening. In the case of one New York man, an error by a radiologist proved to be life-altering and a jury awarded him $2.1

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