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April 2018 Archives

Injuries suffered during birth may stem from medical malpractice

Any time a child suffers a serious injury parents feel concerned and frightened. When the injury occurs to a newborn during the delivery process, West Virginia parents may feel even more distraught over the outcome. Unfortunately, negligence and other medical errors on the part of doctors and other staff could potentially cause serious damage, and these mistakes may warrant medical malpractice claims.

Missed diagnoses may constitute medical malpractice

Having a serious medical condition can cause anyone to feel panicked. Some individuals may feel even more unsettled when they believe that something is wrong but do not know exactly what the issue could be. Often, seeking medical attention can help West Virginia residents better understand their health, but in some cases, staff may fail to properly diagnose an issue, which could lead to medical malpractice claims.

West Virginia residents may have concerns when estate planning

Having concerns about creating end-of-life wishes is normal. This topic is extremely sensitive, and even though the subject relates to a time in which a person passes, the individual may still feel worried about what impacts estate planning decisions will have on his or her family. In particular, conflict and taxes may be among the concerns of West Virginia residents


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