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  • The Difference Between Hospital Errors and Medical Negligence

    Have you run into an issue with the care provided by a medical professional and are considering filing a medical negligence claim? Pursuing a medical negligence claim isn’t easy, and it’s essential to ensure you’re filing the right kind of medical malpractice lawsuit before proceeding with it.  In t … Read more »

  • What Are Prenatal Medical Errors?

    While modern medicine has come a long way in making pregnancy, labour, and delivery safer for both mother and child, prenatal medical errors can still happen.  In this article, we’ll explain some of the most common prenatal medical errors and why you should retain an Ontario medical malpractice lawy … Read more »

  • How to Know if Your Child Has Cerebral Palsy

    You may have noticed that your child seems to have difficulties with matters such as walking or swallowing. Perhaps they may have trouble using their arms or legs, are prone to involuntary movements, or miss several development milestones. If so, your child may have cerebral palsy. In this article, … Read more »

  • How Can I Afford to Hire a Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

    Have you been considering hiring a medical malpractice lawyer, but are concerned you can’t afford one? Don’t let the fear of not being able to afford a medical malpractice lawyer hold you back from hiring one! Many medical malpractice lawyers work on contingency, meaning you don’t owe them anything … Read more »

  • What You Need to Prove in a Delayed Diagnosis Lawsuit

    Are you considering filing a delayed diagnosis lawsuit? Before you do so, you must know what you need to prove in a delayed diagnosis claim.  You need to prove the following in a delayed diagnosis lawsuit: That the doctor made a diagnostic error. That the doctor failed to meet the established standa … Read more »