As many as 24,000 patients die each year at hospitals due to “adverse events”, and 87,000 patients experience some sort of “adverse event” that leaves them sick or injured. An adverse event is a doctor’s code word for medical malpractice and is a common occurrence for many Nova Scotians and Canadians nationwide. A recent report by the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) found that almost a quarter of Canadians will experience some form of medical malpractice in their lifetime. The worst part of it is that 99% of Canadians, who experience dental malpractice or medical malpractice and suffer physical and emotional distress, never receive compensation, due to lack of legal awareness and resources.
JD.MD provides Canadian lawyers with professional malpractice services through reliable case evaluations, and expert witness testimony.
Healthcare in Nova Scotia is ranked among the best in Canadian provinces and is often above the national average within many sectors. Nova Scotia holds a better population to doctor ratio than the national average, although it faces issues with retaining valuable doctors after the duration of their in-class medical residency. As a whole, Nova Scotia faces the same issues as much of the rest of Canada, with an overworked and limited medical workforce. As a result of this increased workload, doctors begin to make mistakes that can be costly for their patients and is often considered medical malpractice. In the event of medical malpractice, consult with a medical malpractice professional such as JD.MD. We have been working with lawyers in Nova Scotia for many years and are aware of the legal issues involved in this specific area of law.
The Canadian Medical Protective Association (C.M.P.A.) is the organization that protects Canadian doctors from legal suits in Canada. Every year the C.M.P.A. spends tens of millions of dollars to protect its doctors from medical malpractice lawsuits. Don’t pursue your medical malpractice or dental malpractice case alone. JD.MD is here to assist you in the litigation process. We will provide an expert evaluation of your medical malpractice or dental malpractice case. We then review your case with a Canadian medical or dental expert, who is familiar with your type of situation and will assess the details and provide guidance on the proper course of action. Most importantly, we work with you each and every step of the way and will provide you with the right expert witness, who will evaluate your case against the negligent party.
If you need support for your medical or dental malpractice case in Nova Scotia, contact JD.MD today at 1-800-225-5363 for an initial case evaluation or an expert witness.