Medical Malpractice

Each year in Ontario hundreds of individuals and family members are impacted by medical malpractice cases. Read these informative blog posts to get a better idea of some of the scenarios where medical malpractice may be involved, as well as the difference between human error versus medical negligence, and when it is time to involve a lawyer to evaluate your case.

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When Medicine Makes Us Sick – Medical Malpractice Law

If you’re injured by a third party, what rights do you have? Can you sue for pain and suffering as you would in an auto accident? It’s different for both off-road vehicles and watercraft. In this article, we explain the differences and also give some great advice for staying safe off-road and on the water.

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Medical Malpractice: Family Doctor Negligence

Proving medical malpractice can be difficult but in cases where a family doctor was negligent in administering healthcare, victims should have their case heard by the courts. Read this post to better understand a family doctor’s duty of care and what constitutes medical malpractice.

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Medical Malpractice & Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI)

If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury while under the care of a medical professional, you need to determine if malpractice occurred. This article offers an in-depth look at Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) - click to read more.

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Medical Malpractice – Surgical Negligence

Surgical negligence is not to be taken lightly. We trust medical professionals to take care of us and adequately warn us of risks and complications. We expect them to operate on the correct area of our bodies, and with equipment that is in working order. We trust surgeons with our lives. Read this post to learn more.

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Spinal Cord Injuries & Medical Malpractice

Whether you have suffered a spinal injury as a result of a car accident, an accident at home or another cause, the impact on your and your family’s life can be devastating. When the injury occurs at the hands of a medical professional, it can be particularly devastating. Read this post to learn more.

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Medical Malpractice – Standard of Care in Ontario

If you have sustained injuries or other complications after medical treatment and you have reason to believe that the facility or doctor played a role in your injuries, you may have a case and will need an expert medical negligence lawyer to help. Read this article to learn about the lawsuit litigation process, and know what to expect.

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Refusing Medical Treatment - Medical Malpractice
Medical Malpractice Cases: Can I Refuse Treatment?

Let us consider this simple scenario: a minivan driver rear-ended Lynn, 46, when she was driving home from her job. After a brief hospital stay, Lynn has chronic low back pain that does not respond to medication.

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Medical Malpractice Emergency Consent

The element of consent is a critical issue in medical treatment. In Canada, every individual has a legal right to personal autonomy and self-determination.

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Exhausted Surgent - Medical Malpractice
Medical Malpractice – Things to Know Before You File a Lawsuit

Medical malpractice refers to professional negligence by a health care professional, such as doctors, dentists, chiropractors, optometrists, nurses, and so forth. These cases occur when the health care professional causes an injury or death to a patient through a negligent act or a substandard level of care.

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