Severe staffing deficiencies and poor executive decisions at the Rehoboth McKinley Christian Hospital has created an environment that staff physicians and nurses are calling dangerous. In the last two weeks, the death of one patient due to alleged health… Read More
In this month's edition of You Should Know, PKSD's newsletter, we discuss some of the findings from a joint investigation by Kaiser Health News and USA TODAY into ambulatory surgical centers (ASC) and how they are putting patients at risk for complications… Read More
Most medical malpractice cases deal with doctors and other medical professionals who injured patients by acting negligently. However, sometimes medical facilities and hospitals are held liable for malpractice.
If you believe that you were injured by… Read More
Misdiagnosis is one of the most common forms of medical malpractice. It occurs when a doctor fails to make a diagnosis or when he or she misdiagnoses the patient with the wrong illness.
Misdiagnosis can cause substantial injury to patients because they… Read More
In the latest edition of the PKSD newsletter, You Should Know, our trusted attorneys explain how there has been a rise in medication errors as more Americans take prescription drugs.
According to estimates from the Institute of Medicine, approximately… Read More
We rely on doctors and other medical professionals a great deal. There are some situations where we put our lives in their hands. If they do not properly diagnose or treat our medical conditions, it can have disastrous consequences.
If you think you… Read More
Medical practitioners must make a correct diagnosis for patients to receive the proper treatment needed to heal and recover.
When a medical practitioner misdiagnosis a patient, it can cause considerable harm that may jeopardize the patient’s life. If… Read More
Fifteen Wisconsin hospitals are being penalized by Medicare for having unacceptably high rates of infection and injury. For the 2016 fiscal year, which runs Oct. 1, 2015 through Sept. 31, 2016, the hospitals will see a one percent reduction in payments… Read More
A recent study at Massachusetts General Hospital found that almost half of all surgeries performed at the countrys top hospitals involve some kind of medication error. This rate is much higher than previously thought and most likely extends to all other… Read More
All Wisconsin citizens should have the same rights to recover for the wrongful death of a loved one, says attorney Jeffrey Pitman. No group should be exempt from being held accountable for a person's wrongful death.
Despite this sentiment, Wisconsin… Read More