There are many ways that medical malpractice can cause serious injuries. One way is by incorrectly diagnosing a patient’s condition. This can lead to the patient receiving the wrong treatment or no medication at all, which can worsen their condition and cause serious health complications.
Another way that malpractice can cause serious injuries is through errors made during surgery. This could include operating on the wrong body part, leaving foreign objects inside the patient or causing damage to surrounding tissues. These errors can often lead to life-threatening infections, organ damage or even death.