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Don't let too much time pass before filing a malpractice case

The laws governing the statute of limitations for filing a medical malpractice case are in place so that there won't be an unfinished legal matter hanging indefinitely over someone's head. These laws allow the people involved in such cases to be able to move on with their lives.

California Deparment of Public Health fines hospital

In March 2014, a woman from China had a cesarean section at Garden Grove Hospital in Garden Grove, California. According to an investigative report by the California Department of Public Health (DPH), shortly after the birth, the woman began to bleed profusely.

Can 'I'm sorry' really make a difference in a malpractice case?

After a 59-year-old woman had a hysterectomy in 2007, she didn't go home the next day as she thought she would. Instead, she was in a coma for several weeks and had to have an additional five surgeries. When she began seeking answers for what went wrong, she couldn't get answers. She would hear the surgeon and hospital personnel say, "things didn't go well." The woman, who is a professor of nursing and an attorney, was determined to find out what went wrong -- "even if it takes the rest of [her] life."

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