Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice

brain injuries medical malpractice

Brain injuries medical malpractice

Brain Injuries Medical Malpractice

We sometimes worry about the quality of medical care our loved ones receive. Here are the facts of a recent lawsuit. A 72-year-old man was transferred to a hospital and ends up with brain injuries causing death. The patient had a history of heart disease and was having severe symptoms. His personal doctor thought it would be wise to have him receive continual heart monitoring hence the transfer. Good move.

Here’s the thing. He didn’t get the cardiac monitoring. He was found dead after receiving a severe brain injury. Not your expected result. As you might guess his widow asked some serious questions about the injury and death. Such as why didn’t he get the proper monitoring? How did he get a brain injury? How long had he been on the floor? When she got no answers, she sued.

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