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August 2013 Archives

Nurse alleged to have given infant medication intended for mother

The birth of a child should be a time of joy for a parent. However, when medical professionals, such as doctors or nurses, act negligently when providing post-birth care to an infant and the mother, what should be a joyous time can quickly become one of worry and concern. Such negligence can cause infants to suffer great harm. No parent in Illinois should have to experience their infant child getting hurt by doctor negligence or nurse negligence.

Lawsuit alleges child was victim of diagnosis-related negligence

It is very important for medical professionals and medical facilities to act properly when providing care to children. This includes making sure to not act negligently when it comes to the diagnosing of children. No child in Illinois should have to be subjected to diagnosis-related negligence. Such negligence can lead to children suffering serious injuries.

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