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Medical Malpractice 101: Understanding Medical Malpractice

Understanding medical malpractice and why it happens can be difficult. This post and infographic will hopefully help. When we go to a doctor or hospital, we put our faith in the ability of our doctors to provide us with a certain level of skilled health care. We do so because one of the most fundamental lessons medical professionals learn in school is represented by the Latin phrase “primum non nocere” – first, do no harm. Nonetheless, mistakes are often made in the medical field which cost patients dearly.

Understanding medical malpractice is not very easy, so consulting an experienced medical malpractice attorney can help.

Medical Malpractice 101: Understanding Medical Malpractice Understanding medical malpractice and why it happens can be difficult. This post and infographic will hopefully help. When we go to a doctor or hospital, we put our faith in the ability of our doctors to provide us with a certain level of skilled health care. We do so because one of the most fundamental lessons medical professionals learn in school is represented by the Latin phrase “primum non nocere” – first, do no harm. Nonetheless, mistakes are often made in the medical field which cost patients dearly. Understanding medical malpractice is not very easy, so consulting an experienced medical malpractice attorney can help.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 90%
Design - 90%
Content/Script - 85%
Usability - 90%

89%

Final Grade

This infographic submission helps to explain the basics of medical malpractice. Visually, all illustrations and icons are clearly medically related, so the reader is sure to know that this infographic will at the very least be about the medical field. Combined with the title and various headers throughout that discuss malpractice and errors, most readers should be able to know this infographic's topic quickly. The extended stethoscope is an effective element. It helps encourage the reader to continue linearly. For the various subpoints that branch from the stethoscope, consider increasing the text size for the subheads and the body copy, as they're all currently difficult to read. Overall, we give this a B.

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