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by Jeff Rasansky - December 3, 2013
Jeff Rasansky
Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with 25 years of legal experience.

One of the things that truly separates the work that physicians do from the work that regular people do is the fact that, when a physician is negligent, they could easily end up killing someone. In cases where people die because of medical malpractice, the reasons may not be what you might suspect if you don’t look deeper into these claims. In some cases, the reason that people lose their lives to physician negligence has to do with some surprising circumstances.


Undiagnosed Diseases

In some cases, a physician is negligent because they fail to diagnose a condition that they should’ve seen. There are cases where a medical condition ends up getting out of control and taking a patient’s life when the death could have been prevented if it had been spotted earlier. If the physician had every opportunity to diagnose the condition correctly and if they failed in that regard, medical negligence may be an issue. There are cases where people end up getting significant sums of money in settlements or jury awards because of the physician’s failure to diagnose a deadly condition.

Wrong Procedure

Another real hazard for patients is dealing with a physician who orders the wrong procedure and, thereby, ends up taking their lives. In some cases, this is tied to a failure to diagnose, as the physician winds up treating a condition that was never a problem and ignoring the dangers posed by the patient’s real condition.

Bad Meds

Sometimes, giving a patient the wrong medication can turn deadly. Again, it can be even more deadly if the medication isn’t treating a condition that actually poses a threat to the patient’s well-being. Sometimes, physicians prescribe medications that a patient is known to have adverse reactions to or that complicates an already existing condition. In some cases, a jury may find that these actions amount to negligence on the part of the physician.

If you need medical negligence information, be sure you’re getting it from a qualified attorney. Medical malpractice law in Texas is complex and, in some cases, there are ceilings on how much a victim of malpractice can get in compensation. There are also limitations on how long an injured party has to file a lawsuit in response to the medical negligence, so it’s vital that people who believe that they were the victims of medical negligence contact an attorney as soon as possible. It’s sometimes the only way that families can be compensated for the death of a loved one.

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