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Medical malpractice by a doctor, hospital or medical professional is committed when that medical professional departs from the accepted standard of care and that departure causes serious, permanent injury or wrongful death. Medical malpractice may be committed on any individual, even a prisoner while he or she is in jail.
- Doctor mistakes
- Hospital mistakes
- Prisoner victims
NURSING HOME NEGLIGENCE/ GROUP HOME NEGLIGENCE
A nursing home or a group home for physically or mentally disabled individuals can be held legally responsible when an act of negligence, neglect or abuse causes serious harm to a resident.
MEDICAL MALPRACTICE OR PERSONAL INJURY IN PRISON OR DURING INCARCERATION
A person who is incarcerated may suffer a personal injury or be the victim of medical malpractice during the time they are in prison.
MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS
Car accidents are the leading cause of injury in the United States. Similarly, accidents involving trucks, buses, motorcycles, trains and subways happen every day. Many of these injuries and deaths result in lawsuits. If you have been involved in a car accident or an accident involving a truck, bus , motorcycle, train or subway, you may have a legal claim against the person responsible.
Personal injury cases are legal disputes, such as a slip and fall, a trip and fall, a lack of security resulting in personal injury, an apartment ceiling that falls on your head, defective premises resulting in injury, an elevator accident or any other accident that arises when one person suffers harm from someone else who might be held legally responsible for that harm. Legal liability may be based on the wrongdoer’s negligence or in certain cases, such as injuries suffered by a dog bite, on a strict liability theory.
- Slip and Fall
- Trip and Fall
- Elevator accidents
- Premises liability
- Lack of security resulting in physical injury
- Dog bite
- Other accidents resulting in personal injury
ASBESTOS EXPOSURE/ MESOTHELIOMA LAWSUIT/ LEAD PAINT EXPOSURE
Asbestos is a natural substance that was widely used in many types of products including insulation in homes, schools, on construction sites, etc. before it became publicly known that asbestos caused cancer. Indeed, asbestos exposure is the only known cause of mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is an almost entirely preventable cancer. Many companies that produced, distributed or used asbestos products knew of its dangers and failed to warn their employees. If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may be able to file a lawsuit. If your child has suffered injury due to exposure to lead paint, there may also be legal liability and recovery for the damages your child has suffered.
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