COVID-19 is prompting significant changes to malpractice laws and regulations at the state and federal levels. Since COVID-19 arrived in the United States, health care providers have been working tirelessly to address every aspect of the pandemic. The public saw how frontline workers were making sacrifices day in and day out to keep…(Read More)

Since the Covid-19 pandemic’s emergence, coronavirus-related negligence cases have appeared, leaving physicians, liability insurers, and malpractice attorneys anxious. Patients have come forth with claims concerning delayed or overlooked Covid-19 diagnoses, delayed treatment or testing, insufficient infectious-disease protocol, and failure to identify medical contraindications for Covid-19 vaccination. According to the…(Read More)

Medical misdiagnosis is a form of medical malpractice that can lead to serious consequences for the victim. Due to the complex nature of these cases, which usually involve entering a legal battle with a large hospital system, victims of medical misdiagnosis often go without the compensation they are entitled to, while the medical professionals who…(Read More)