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Despite increasing advancements in medical technology, patients are still victims of medical malpractice in Georgia. Although most doctors and nurses strive to provide the best care possible for their patients, life-changing and even deadly mistakes happen which lead to medical malpractice claims. A recent analysis was conducted by Coverys, a leading provider of medical professional…

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Kim Porter, the ex-girlfriend and mother of rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs’ children, was found dead in her home on November 15, 2018. Porter, a Georgia native, had apparently been fighting pneumonia before her death, and the emergency services dispatched to her home described her status as being in cardiac arrest. What is pneumonia? Pneumonia…

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We trust our doctors to be competent, ethical professionals with whom we can share our most sensitive and personal medical problems. We expect doctors to provide us with competent, compassionate care designed to restore our health. What we don’t expect is a doctor who abuses this relationship in order to placate his or her own…

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Opioids are more likely to lead to neonatal abstinence syndrome, or “NAS,” than other types of medication, and the opioid crisis in this country has led to a growing number of women giving birth to children addicted to those drugs. Neonatal abstinence syndrome, a collection of medical conditions affecting a newborn baby, arises from woman’s…

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Even the most minor surgical procedure carries some risks. Brain damage, however, is not typically associated with cosmetic surgery. Sadly, a Georgia woman recently fell into the hands of a cosmetic surgeon whose services caused her permanent brain damage. The startling nature of the story is compounded by the fact that the cosmetic surgeon performing…

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Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional provides care or treatment for a patient that falls below the “standard of care,” which results in that patient’s injury. According to John Hopkins University, more than 250,000 cases of medical malpractice leading to patient deaths occur each year in the United States. This exceeds the number of…

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