The circumstances of a crash that claimed the life of one Bradford Township man and left another one injured remain unclear at the time this post is written. The
It is not uncommon for complications to arise during the delivery of a baby, but doctors and nurses are generally well equipped with the knowledge and skills to adjust to the circumstances and take proper medical action. After all, healthy babies are born every day.
An intoxicated driver whose passenger is killed in an auto accident can be held accountable in civil court, as well as in criminal court. With that in mind, Erie residents may want to consider the case of a 19-year-old man now facing charges for his role in a crash that took the life of a student at Penn State Behrend in Erie.
This past July, a 27-year-old man was walking home at about 2:30 a.m., pushing a full grocery cart toward his home in Millcreek Township. He was walking alongside Peach Street, not too far from his residence off of Kuntz Road.
Hospitals are intended to be places of healing. They are meant to employ medical professionals that are well-educated and highly trained. Most doctors and other medical professionals are capable, caring, compassionate individuals who work hard for the health of their patients in Pennsylvania. However, medical mistakes are usually devastating in their consequences, and no victims are more innocent than patients who have come to a doctor looking for aid. Medical negligence is the root cause of most forms of malpractice.