Medical Malpractice Laws in Michigan, Explained

Posted on May 1st, 2019 by Gerald Thurswell

Medical Malpractice Laws in Michigan Explained Article by Thurswell Law

Each state can make its own laws regarding different types of legal claims, including medical malpractice lawsuits. Michigan law has many different provisions and requirements for patients seeking to hold doctors liable for medical errors. If you fail to comply with the law, you can lose your right to compensation. It is essential to have […]

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Beware Medical Malpractice: Surgery Centers Not Required to Report Deaths

Posted on August 16th, 2018 by Elizabeth

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Colonoscopies are not usually associated with fatalities. At one Little Rock, Arkansas, surgery center, however, two men died and one woman was rushed to the hospital within a span of three months when they stopped breathing soon after their procedures and suffered brain damage. Arkansas, and 16 other states, are not mandated to report patient […]

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Surgery For Pay?

Posted on March 17th, 2017 by Gerald Thurswell

Is pay influencing a doctor’s decision to operate? A new study shows that doctors choose to do surgery not because it is preferable to other treatments but because they get reimbursed for it. Researchers looked at patients with a narrowed artery in the neck, called artery stenosis, a condition that can be treated with surgery […]

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Robot Or Surgeon?

Posted on August 9th, 2016 by Gerald Thurswell

During robotic surgery, the doctor operates through quarter-inch incisions using tiny instruments and cameras guided by the robot in order to give a clear view of the operating site and precise control of the tools. In contrast, during conventional surgery, the doctor will make a much larger incision and uses the standard surgical equipment. Researchers […]

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