Tag: St. Louis Malpractice Attorney

Is a Delayed Cancer Diagnosis Considered Medical Malpractice?

The medical community puts so much stress on the importance of finding cancer early. Many doctors preach about early detection, and yet, a lot of them are neglectful when it comes to diagnosing. We’ve found that there are many people who have become victims of delayed cancer diagnoses, and this is a form of malpractice. […]

Written by on October 18, 2018

Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Medical Malpractice Attorney

Medical malpractice cases are very hard to win, which is why it’s so important to make sure you hire the right lawyer for the job. But how do you know your attorney will fight hard for your case and give you the best chance of being compensated properly? There are a few questions you want […]

Written by on October 16, 2018

How to Report a Medical Malpractice Incident in Missouri

Medical malpractice is serious business, and the St. Louis medical malpractice attorneys at Hoffman & Gelfman think such practitioners don’t deserve to be in business. Unfortunately, when such breaches in trust and care go unreported, repeat offenders can continue to harm the public. Do Your Part – Report Medical Malpractice Incidents The Missouri Health Service […]

Written by on October 5, 2017

Medical Malpractice is a Possibility After Failed Kidney Transplant

When one of your kidneys fails, the search begins for a donor kidney to sustain your life. When one is found, it’s time for celebration. While many kidney transplants are successful, the care in the hospital that follows one of these life-saving procedures is crucial to the overall outcome. According to a recent news article, […]

Written by on November 8, 2016

Drug Manufacturer Pays Dearly for Faulty Syringes that Caused Infections and Deaths

We may have seen a decline in the number of medical devices that are recalled across the country, but that doesn’t mean that device manufacturers aren’t still experiencing issues with faulty products. One such instance occurred with a manufacturer in Pennsylvania, and the company now has to pay almost $8 million for selling syringes that […]

Written by on June 7, 2016