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Verdict Published in Virginia Lawyers Weekly

We are proud to announce our $12 million jury verdict, awarded to a family who lost their 39-year-old wife and mother after doctors failed to diagnose a blood clot, was published in Virginia Lawyers Weekly.  Attorney Scott Perry argued that the medical professional’s failure to timely and accurately diagnose Isatu Sheriff’s deep vein thrombosis, a treatable…

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Medical Error Lawsuits Result from Lack of Transparency

Medical error lawsuits can be filed by patients whose conditions were not diagnosed in a timely or accurate manner, leading to a catastrophic or permanent injury. Medical error lawsuits can help victims of medical malpractice understand how they were injured and seek recourse for these injuries. Medical Error Lawsuits According to the Washington Post, researchers…

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DC Medical Mistakes Alleged by Jane Doe Against GW Hospital

DC medical mistakes can occur when doctors fail to accurately diagnose and treat a patient’s condition in a timely and effective manner. DC medical mistakes can result in permanent or catastrophic injury to patients. DC Medical Mistakes According to the GW Hatchet, one woman is alleging she sustained permanent injuries and suffered excessive pain and…

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DC Failure to Diagnose: Lawsuit against GW Hospital

DC failure to diagnose is alleged in a lawsuit brought against GW hospital for a patient who is now permanently disabled. DC failure to diagnose can occur when a medical professional fails to accurately or timely diagnose a patient’s illness. DC Failure to Diagnose in The GW Hatchet According to The GW Hatchet, one medical…

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Medical Negligence DC: Military Malpractice Policy May be Overturned

Medical negligence DC can occur when individuals are wrongly diagnosed, or medical professionals fail to treat their patients in line with accepted standards of care. Medical negligence DC lawsuits can hold medical professionals accountable for incidences of negligence and medical mistakes. Military Malpractice According to Military.com, Navy Lt. Rebekah Daniel passed away at age 33…

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