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Toll Free: 866-517-4037

August 2014 Archives

Surgical errors may have life-changing consequences

Going through surgery can be a stressful experience, both for you and your family. Although medical professionals will usually do everything in their power to ensure you are treated well, the thought of undergoing an operation can still be disconcerting. For many people, all goes well and they make a full recovery from their surgery. However, sometimes errors occur and the consequences can be devastating.

Learn to spot the signs of concussion

If you receive a blow to the head, but it doesn't appear to have been too serious, your first instinct may be to laugh it off and get on with things. However, the symptoms of head injuries are not always immediately apparent. Thus, it is usually wise to seek medical attention in the wake of head trauma, even if you feel relatively well. Some symptoms can take months to manifest.

How can you show that your doctor made a mistake?

When you place yourself into the hands of medical professionals, you hope for and expect a certain standard of care. Unfortunately, this is not always forthcoming and you, the patient, can suffer greatly as a result. We have seen before just how detrimental the effects of doctor errors can be, but what can you do if this happens to you? To receive compensation for the harm done to you, you will first need to prove that the medical professional involved was responsible for the harm done to you.

Patient wins $2.3 million in malpractice case

When you are feeling unwell, there is a good chance that you simply want to submit yourself to the care of medical professionals and let their expertise set you on the path to recovery. Often, this is exactly what happens. Many of Maryland's doctors and nurses are attentive and good at their jobs. However, once in a while patients are not so lucky. Unfortunately this often means they are subjected to medical malpractice that has a lasting effect on their well-being.

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Michael H. Bereston, Inc.
138 Main Street, Suite 200
P.O. Box 2990
Annapolis, MD 21401

Maryland: 410-793-4554
Toll Free: 866-517-4037
Baltimore/Annapolis: 410-269-5011
DC: 202-628-2226
Fax: 410-269-5022

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