Radiology Errors Malpractice
Radiology is an important part of the medical practice. It is used to diagnose many injuries and medical conditions. If a radiologist makes a preventable mistake while reading or interpreting your imaging test results, it could interfere with your ability to receive the medical care you need. In this circumstance, you may have grounds to… read moreRead More
What Is Informed Consent in California?
Patients have many rights when it comes to controlling their medical care. It is ultimately up to a patient to decide which medical treatments to approve and procedures to undergo. Before a doctor or surgeon can perform a procedure on a patient, the practitioner must obtain the patient’s informed consent. With only a few exceptions… read moreRead More
Proving Medical Malpractice for Misdiagnosis and Delayed Diagnosis
A diagnosis is a key moment in a patient’s medical care. A doctor coming to the correct diagnosis in a timely manner could lead to the patient receiving the treatment or medications he or she needs to recover. Unfortunately, not all doctors abide by the mandatory standards of care while diagnosing patients. Misdiagnoses, delayed diagnoses… read moreRead More
What Is the Cap on Medical Malpractice in California?
Medical malpractice is the negligent failure of a health care professional or facility to take proper care of a patient, resulting in patient harm. Proper care fulfills all the expected standards within the medical industry, including during injury diagnosis and treatments. Medical malpractice happens every day in California. If you are the victim of medical… read moreRead More
How Do You Know If You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?
Medical malpractice is a serious civil tort that can change the life of a patient for the worse. It describes any act or omission by a medical practitioner or medical center that someone in the same position would not have committed, resulting in harm to a patient. No patient expects to become the victim of… read moreRead More
How Hard Is it to Prove Medical Malpractice?
Medical malpractice is a complex practice area with statutes and rules that differ from other types of civil claims. Legal matters concerning the medical field often require experts to testify on behalf of each party. They can also involve unique laws, such as deadlines to file and compensation limits. In addition, medical malpractice claims in… read moreRead More
2018 FDA Drug Approval Process: Is it Safe?
Last year was huge in U.S. Food and a Drug Administration (FDA) drug approvals, according to Drugwatch, there hasn’t been as high of a number since 1996. Without including new forms of pre-existing ingredients and drugs, there were 46 new molecular entities (NME), or novel drug ingredients, that received their stamps of approval compared to… read moreRead More
Brain Injury Radio: I Fought the Law, but They Didn’t Win on Recovery Now with Kim Justus!
Leading brain injury attorney from Eric Ratinoff Law Corp, was featured on Brain Injury Radio on a segment titled, “I Fought the Law, but They Didn’t Win on Recovery Now with Kim Justus!” The informative interview focused on brain injury cases. Eric provided insight on both personal injury and medical malpractice lawsuits. Listen to the full interview… read moreRead More