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  • South Carolina Supreme Court Provides Leeway To Medical Malpractice Victims

    Tort reformers have fought hard to limit the ability of patients to sue doctors and hospitals that provide substandard care. Those who work to protect negligent medical professionals have had success in getting tougher laws passed. Several years ago, for… Read More
  • Cesarean Sections And Medical Malpractice

    Cesarean sections (C-sections) are a common surgical procedure performed daily in today’s modern hospitals. They are used in instances when a vaginal birth may be too dangerous for the infant or the mother. Like any major surgery, a c-section is… Read More
  • Can A Car Crash Be Considered Medical Malpractice?

    Can A Car Crash Be Considered Medical Malpractice?
    Most people would not consider a car accident to be medical malpractice — until they give it a bit of thought, that is. Car accidents can be caused by a variety of factors. A car may not function properly. A… Read More
  • Can I Sue If My Cosmetic Surgery Is Botched?

    People choose to undergo cosmetic surgery for a number of reasons. Elective procedures are typically done to improve one’s appearance in some fashion. Unfortunately, complications can occur and mistakes can be made. When these things occur, it is the patient… Read More
  • Can You Sue For Medical Malpractice If You Are Discharged Too Early?

    Everyday, doctors make the decision to send patients home. In most cases, this is the right call to make. In others, a patient is discharged too early. When a patient is forced to return to the hospital or another medical… Read More

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