Suffering as a result of a medical mistake or misdiagnosis is not only frustrating, it can potentially alter your quality of life.
“I don’t want to scare people, but there could be a Dr. Death operating right now in a hospital near you and you the patient would have no way of knowing.” – Kay Van Wey
One key area in which medical negligence differs from traditional negligence is in the duty of care element.
Medical workers, much like the general population, should act responsibly when it comes to the patient’s well-being.
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With COVID-19 taking priority over other medical conditions during the pandemic, it’s been predicted that medical negligence cases could soar in the coming months. Here’s why…