What common errors could lead to a medical malpractice claim?

When a person in Connecticut is sick or injured, their primary concern is regaining their health. What they shouldn't have to worry about is that the medical professional treating them will make a mistake. Unfortunately, physicians sometimes act negligently, which could lead to further harm. The following are some common types of medical errors medical professionals may make. Misdiagnosis is the most prevalent type of medical mistake in the U.S. This is significant as a misdiagnosis can mean that a person's medical condition is going untreated, which could ultimately end up in death. Medication errors are also common. In fact, according to one source, more than 60 percent of people in the hospital are not given their regular medications. In fact, an Institute of Medicine report states that each year around 1.5 billion people in the U.S. are subjected to a medication error. Unnecessary treatment and unnecessary tests are also common medical mistakes physicians…

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