When a medical professional in the Calgary area causes you unnecessary harm or injury due to their negligence or recklessness, you suffer more than the physical trauma of a prolonged illness or additional symptoms.
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Medical malpractice is a complex issue in Calgary and throughout Canada, not just because cases of potential malpractice involve both medical and legal entanglements that require specialized knowledge to sort out.
Surgeries are complex medical procedures, and like all procedures they all carry some risk.
A recent editorial in the Calgary Herald cited Dr. Douglas Grant, the CEO and registrar of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia, holding certain physicians at least partially responsible for the increased abuse of opioid drugs throughout Canada.
Medical procedures are often complex and confusing in and of themselves.
Medical malpractice is a difficult thing for anyone in Calgary to face.
There are many medical procedures and pharmaceutical treatments that have the potential to cause harm as well as to heal.
Doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals in the Greater Calgary Area do a great job of keeping us healthy and helping us heal when we are afflicted by disease or suffer an injury-causing accident.
The problem isn't new, but it's one that many Calgarians might not be aware of—and that lack of awareness can have serious consequences for you and your family. Read on to see what your medical professionals might be doing—and might not be doing—that could be putting your health at significant risk.
Injuries caused by medical malpractice can be among the hardest for our clients to contend with.