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Legal Nurse Consulting Program Article on Misdiagnosis

Legal Nurse Consulting Program Article on Misdiagnosis

Physician Flub: How to Protect Yourself After a Misdiagnosis You’ve wasted months or even years treating an illness you thought you had, only to find out you’ve been misdiagnosed. You’re hurt, you’re scared and you feel hopeless. You don’t have to sit by and accept what has happened to you. You can begin protecting yourself after your misdiagnosis right away. 1. Find a Malpractice Lawyer Medical malpractice is a very tricky subject with many complicated laws. A medical malpractice lawyer will help you navigate the legal system if you decide to pursue damages. Your lawyer will also help you find

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Legal Nursing Program Article On Nursing Home Medication Errors

Legal Nursing Program Article On Nursing Home Medication Errors

Great article that highlights the many issues in nursing homes regarding medication errors.  Legal Nurses can help families and patients find justice. Please also review our Legal Nursing Program The article, “Medication Errors in Nursing Homes Harm Thousands Every Year”, by the The Rothenberg Law Firm LLP states, “When we send our elders to an assisted living facility or nursing home, we expect them to be treated with dignity and given the proper medical oversight to live happy, comfortable lives. Unfortunately, nursing homes cause serious harm to thousands of residents every year by over medicating or failing to monitor the

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Are You Unintentionally Signing Away Your Elderly Parents’ Right To Sue Their Nursing Home?

Are You Unintentionally Signing Away Your Elderly Parents’ Right To Sue Their Nursing Home?

When an elderly parent is no longer able to make sensible medical decisions for themselves, an adult child is often named a medical proxy to handle these important calls. But does this life-or-deat… Sourced through Scoop.it from: consumerist.com Short article on some legalities everyone should know when dealing with a nursing home and possible malpractice down the road Please review and if qualified also review our Legal nursing program from AIHCP #legalnursingprogram