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Category: Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice cases are complex, and proving negligence can be a daunting task. This article provides a guide on how to establish negligence in a medical malpractice case in North Carolina, helping victims seek justice and appropriate compensation. Understanding Medical Negligence Medical negligence arises when a healthcare provider fails to meet the accepted standard of…Read More

Artificial intelligence was once considered by many to be nothing more than a science fiction technology. However, recent advances have resulted in AI being integrated into our everyday life in various ways. For example, early experiments indicate that AI has the potential to play a very critical role in certain medical processes. Some studies reveal…Read More

There are two types of consent that may enable a medical provider to perform medical care on a patient: implied consent and express consent. Between the two types of consent exist different ways of communicating it, in addition to certain caveats that exist. While failing to provide consent can result in someone not receiving care,…Read More

Medical malpractice is a complex situation in which a medical services provider mistakingly and negligently causes further or worsened harm upon someone under their care. This is a serious legal matter that is handled by experienced Charlotte medical malpractice attorneys such as those at Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC who are trained in dealing with…Read More

Medical negligence is currently the third leading cause of death in America. In recent news, three cases have been reported where tranexamic acid was mistaken for local anesthesia and injected into the spine. Tranexamic acid errors can cause catastrophic injuries and death. Medical negligence is on the rise, but only 2.9% of people injured to…Read More