When Baltimore residents disagree about how something happened, it can be difficult to get to the truth of the matter. This is particularly true when it is a "he-said, she-said" situation, as there may be little other proof to determine what really happened.
When you seek the care and advice of a doctor or medical professional, you rely on their education, experience and expertise to explain your situation, arrive at a proper diagnosis and provide standard care. Unfortunately, this is not always how the situation works because sometimes medical facilities are understaffed, caseloads are too heavy or the medical professionals are inexperienced or negligent.
When Baltimore residents have serious health conditions that require the care of medical professionals, it can be a scary and intimidating experience. Surgery, for example, can bring about anxiety because of the thoughts of all that could go wrong during the procedure. Even for less stressful events or basic care, there are often many things that could go wrong if the doctor or nurse does not property perform his or her job.
With Major League Baseball playoffs now underway, baseball fans around Baltimore are cheering for their favorite teams, if they were fortunate enough to make the playoffs. Those teams will be doing whatever they can to try and win it all. One player is now making waves off the field, however, after suing his team's doctor for medical malpractice.
When Baltimore residents go to the doctor, they expect that the doctor will provide the best care possible. Part of providing the best care, or even standard care, is for the doctor to make a proper diagnosis of a patient's ailment. When the doctor makes mistakes or there is a misdiagnosis of a patient's condition, it can lead to devastating consequences for the patient.