A teenage girl in another state sadly passed away following oral surgery. However, her family recently achieved the settlement of a lawsuit they filed against her oral surgeon after her death. The lawsuit was settled for $2 million. Likewise, those who are victims of surgical errors in West Virginia have the right to seek justice through civil litigation.
A jury in another state recently returned a verdict that awarded a woman $12 million as part of a medical malpractice suit filed against a university health network. The woman is in a vegetative state reportedly due to medication errors. Anyone in West Virginia who suffers harm due to a medical provider's failure to provide him or her with the proper medication has the right to take legal action.
A family in another state claimed that a doctor was careless regarding the manner in which he pulled a baby out during the delivery process. They claimed that their baby ended up having a paralyzed right arm as a result. The family filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the doctor and was recently awarded $3 million due to the birth injuries their child suffered. Anyone in West Virginia whose child suffers birth injuries due to a doctor's negligence has the right to seek justice through the civil court system.
A woman in another state claimed that health care providers' actions caused her mother to die almost two years ago. She therefore decided to file a lawsuit against these providers, alleging wrongful death and medical malpractice. If a patient loses his or her life in West Virginia due to infections and other complications stemming from the carelessness of doctors or other health care professionals, the patient's surviving family members have the right to seek to hold them accountable through the civil court system.
A woman in another state recently claimed that she lost her leg due to the carelessness of a hospital and several medical providers. She has filed a medical malpractice claim against these parties. Patients in West Virginia who suffer harm due to a doctor's delayed diagnosis have the right to take legal action.
When patients seek treatment from doctors, they naturally expect their physicians to properly care for them. If this does not happen, they have the right to take legal action. A wide range of errors on the part of physicians are grounds for medical malpractice lawsuits in West Virginia and elsewhere, including failure to diagnose or medication errors.
A family in another state claimed that a physician's decisions caused irreversible brain damage in their baby boy. The family thus filed a medical malpractice claim against the federally employed doctor and was recently awarded more than $33 million in the suit. Any person in West Virginia whose baby suffers birth injuries and other birth-related problems as a result of a doctor's negligence has the right to take legal action against the medical professional.
A woman in a different state claims that an anesthesiologist incorrectly intubated her stepmother during the stepmother's emergency surgery. The alleged incident ended up causing the stepmother's death back in 2013. The stepdaughter therefore filed a $75,000 lawsuit against the doctor in 2015, and this suit is slated to go to trial this June. If surgical errors lead to the death of a loved one in West Virginia or elsewhere, this is grounds for medical malpractice litigation.
A couple in another state has accused a veterans medical facility of not diagnosing a man's epidural abscess in a timely fashion. Thus, the medical facility is now facing a medical malpractice claim. If a delayed diagnosis leads to harm to a patient in West Virginia or elsewhere, that patient has the right to take legal action in the pursuit of justice.
A mother and her child were recently awarded $45 million in a case involving medical malpractice. The mother had filed the medical malpractice lawsuit on her son's behalf following doctors' failure to diagnose the boy's leg fracture back in 2005. The leg fracture stemmed from abuse that the boy suffered at his father's hands. Medical providers in West Virginia who fail to exercise a reasonable degree of care when diagnosing patients may be held liable, or legally responsible, through the civil court system.