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June 2015 Archives

Family accuses nursing home of medical malpractice

Families in Wisconsin may have to make difficult decisions regarding the care of their loved ones. In some situations, they must choose skilled care provided by nursing homes if they become unable to meet the needs of their sick or injured family members. Unfortunately, one out-of-state family believes that placing their loved one in a nursing home ultimately led to her death as a result of medical malpractice.

Man charged in fatal Wisconsin car accident

Drivers face many unavoidable risks when they drive. However, getting behind the wheel of a car without proper training or while under the influence of drugs or alcohol creates a risk not just for the individual driver, but also for those who may come into contact with that person. Police in Wisconsin believe that a driver caused a fatal car accident under such circumstances.

Medical malpractice suit claims surgery without adequate consent

There are likely hundreds of people in Wisconsin who undergo surgery everyday. In all likelihood before any procedures are performed, the patient has a conversation with his or her doctor about what procedure is being performed as well as potential consequences of the surgery. In many cases, patients even sign consent forms acknowledging that they have received such information. However, one out-of-state man claims that his surgeon performed procedures to which he did not give consent. He is now suing the doctor, claiming medical malpractice.

Police investigate car accident that killed Wisconsin pedestrian

There is a large number of people who utilize Wisconsin roadways. Because some users, such as pedestrians, could suffer serious injuries if struck by a motor vehicle, many places have precautions in place to help preserve their safety. Unfortunately, these measures are not foolproof. As a result, police are currently investigating a car accident that led to the death of a young woman.

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