Stroke Medical Malpractice
If you have recently suffered a stroke, you may be feeling very scared. Strokes are serious and not something to mess around with. Strokes due to medical malpractice is entirely preventable and you may be eligible for compensation. Here are some detailed explanations about stroke medical malpractice.
Stroke Medical Malpractice: Medical Error
People sometimes have the question as to whether or not just because they’ve had a stroke, does that mean they they’ve experienced or been the victim of medical malpractice? Having a stroke does not equate with medical malpractice unless there is a delay in recognizing the signs and symptoms that you have exhibited and reported to your medical provider in advance of experiencing the stroke, there is not necessarily a claim so if you have been complaining about dizziness, sweating, pain in your heart after a meal without exertion those are some of the signs that should be known to your medical provider that you could be having some sort of process that would lead to a stroke so report any signs or symptoms that you have and see a medical provider immediately.
Stroke Medical Malpractice: Sufficient Damages
Many people who have experienced strokes come and ask whether or not they have sufficient damages to bring a claim if the processes by which their artery became clogged occurred over a long period of time. Potentially you would have a claim for failure to diagnose and evaluating your claim if you have the stroke and you have long term catastrophic damages are unable to do the things you once did or your heart has been damaged, the heart is actually a muscle and if that heart muscle experiences extensive damage where now it doesn’t function as well then you may have damages sufficient to bring a claim and you should contact an experience medical malpractice lawyer.
Stroke Medical Malpractice: Warning Signs
People ask about the key signs for having a stroke. A stroke is similar to a heart attack, in that it involves potentially a blood clot or a spasm in an artery, the only difference being that one occurs in your heart and the other occurs in your brain. If you are having a stroke you may experience heavy sweating with no exertion, you may experience garbled speech, you may have pain on one or more of your arms or numbness or tingling, you may have the inability to walk appropriately and you may have dizziness. If you have any signs or a loved one has a sign that they’re having a stroke call 911 right away.
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