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Medical malpractice allegations at children's hospital

When a baby is born, parents have a great many fears and hopes for their child's life. Learning that there is an issue with their child's heart is likely a terrifying experience. During such an event, many families in Rhode Island and across the country have no other choice but to put their child's future in the hands of health care professionals. Unfortunately, some patients fall victim to medical malpractice, leaving families wondering about legal remedies.

Parents claim delayed diagnosis factor in infant's death

For parents in Rhode Island and across the country, there is nothing scarier than knowing that their child is sick. They are forced to rely on medical professionals who are often overworked to ensure that their children receive necessary care. Unfortunately, parents in another state have recently settled a medical malpractice lawsuit that claimed a delayed diagnosis contributed to their infant son's death.

Delayed diagnosis caused man's death

Cancer is always a scary diagnosis. However, with today's advances in technology and the research that has been conducted, a cancer diagnosis is often not a death sentence if caught in time. A delayed diagnosis can often wreak havoc for patients in Rhode Island and across the country. Unfortunately, the family of a deceased man claims that had their father received a cancer diagnosis earlier, the illness may have been cured.

Family prevails in claim that delayed diagnosis led to transplant

Many parents in Rhode Island have concerns about the health of their children. Because they often have little medical training, they seek guidance from a trained professional -- often, a pediatrician. Unfortunately, a lawsuit in another state alleges that a young girl had to undergo a kidney transplant as a result of a delayed diagnosis.

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