Medical Negligence Law

GP negligence

GP negligence, also known as general practitioner negligence, occurs when a GP fails to provide adequate medical care to a patient, resulting in harm or injury to the patient. GP negligence can occur in many different ways, such as misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, or delayed diagnosis of a medical condition. Examples of GP negligence include …

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Medication errors

Medication errors occur when a healthcare professional makes a mistake in prescribing, dispensing, or administering medication to a patient, resulting in harm or injury to the patient. Medication errors can occur in many different settings, such as hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, or even at home. Examples of medication errors include prescribing the wrong medication, administering the …

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Medical Misdiagnosis

Medical misdiagnosis occurs when a healthcare professional fails to accurately diagnose a patient’s condition, resulting in delayed or incorrect treatment. This can lead to serious harm, including unnecessary medical procedures, prolonged suffering, and even death. There are many reasons why misdiagnosis can occur, such as inadequate medical training, misinterpreted test results, incomplete patient medical histories, …

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