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Wrongful Death Caused by Medical Malpractice in Kentucky (Part B)

Proving Medical Malpractice as the Cause of Wrongful Death You will need to prove that medical malpractice was the cause of your loved one’s wrongful death. The first way this is done is by establishing that the liable party owed a standard of care to…

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Wrongful Death Caused by Medical Malpractice in Kentucky (Part A)

When your family has been hit with an unexpected death, it can cause a lot of stress. The impact of this is even more traumatic when you learn that it was a wrongful death caused by medical malpractice. Types of Medical Malpractice That Can Result…

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Compensation for Wrongful Death in a Kentucky Medical Malpractice Claim

The trauma of losing someone you love is amplified when it was the result of medical malpractice. When negligence of a doctor, nurse or any other healthcare provider in Kentucky was the cause of your family member’s wrongful death, you may be able to hold…

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Advice for Kentucky Motorcyclists: Motorcycle Helmet Laws Do Save Lives

It’s a known fact that protective headgear can make a huge difference during motorcycle accidents. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, helmets are estimated to prevent 37 % of fatal injuries for motorcycle operators and 41% of deadly wounds for motorcycle passengers. …

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Can I file a medical malpractice claim for wrong-site surgery in Kentucky?

If you were the victim of wrong-site surgery, you may be entitled to compensation through a Kentucky medical malpractice claim. You will need to establish a few things, however, in order to do this. One of the first things you will need to prove is…

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How do I know if a nursing error led to my medical condition in Kentucky?

Determining if a nursing error caused your medical condition will depend on the details surrounding your circumstances. You will need ample evidence to prove that a nurse’s negligence was the cause of your serious illness or injury. A Kentucky medical malpractice attorney may be able…

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