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  • How to Gather Evidence for Your Medical Malpractice Claim

    April 20, 2022

    If you have been the victim of negligent care rendered by a medical professional, you may be entitled to pursue a medical malpractice claim. A successful claim will require extensive evidence to prove how your provider’s care was negligent and how it caused you to suffer injury or harm. Below is some important information about […]

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  • How Common Are Traumatic Brain Injuries After Car Accidents?

    April 12, 2022

    Traumatic brain injuries are one of the most catastrophic kinds of injuries that an accident victim can suffer. Car accidents rank among one of the leading causes of traumatic brain injuries out of all types of accidents. But how common are TBIs in car crashes? Do these injuries only occur in the most violent car […]

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  • Delays in Medical Treatment: When Is It an Actionable Case?

    April 09, 2022

    When a doctor or other medical provider chooses to delay treating a patient, that patient may suffer injury or other physical harm as a result. However, not every delay in medical treatment constitutes medical malpractice practice.  Causes of Delayed Treatment One of the primary causes of delayed treatment is medical providers not knowing the patient’s […]

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  • Why Do Surgical Errors Occur?

    April 02, 2022

    Errors can occur during surgery for a wide variety of reasons, often due to mistakes or carelessness by one or more members of the surgical team either prior to the surgery or during the procedure itself.  What is a Surgical Error? A surgical error can be broadly defined as any mistake during a surgical procedure […]

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  • The Most Common Personal Injuries During the Holidays

    December 14, 2021

    While the holidays are a time to engage in activities such as gathering with family and friends, holding parties and dinners, going on road trips and vacations, or enjoying winter weather, these activities all come with the risk of accidents and injuries. Below are some of the most common personal injuries and their causes that […]

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  • Why Holidays in the Hospital Put You At Risk of Misdiagnosis

    December 12, 2021

    Unfortunately, the rate of medical errors and incidents of medical malpractice tend to go up over the holiday season, especially around the holidays themselves. If you find yourself in the hospital or needing medical treatment over the holidays, you should understand why spending the holidays in the hospital is extra risky, as well as what […]

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  • How to Avoid the Most Common and Dangerous Holiday Accidents

    December 01, 2021

    The holidays are filled with lots of fun activities, from cooking and baking holiday foods to decorating the home, to hitting the road to go on vacation or see family and friends out of town. But these activities also come with the risk of being injured in an accident. Here are three of the most […]

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  • How Halloween Increases the Risk of Motor Vehicle Crashes

    October 12, 2021

    Halloween is usually a fun holiday for families with young children, who get to dress up in costumes and go out trick-or-treating. However, Halloween also, unfortunately, has some of the highest rates of motor vehicle-related crashes, especially pedestrian accidents. If you or your children plan to be out this Halloween, you need to understand why […]

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  • Common Conditions That Can Look Like Breast Cancer

    October 09, 2021

    If you notice a lump or other unusual feature or change in your breast tissue, you should see your doctor as soon as possible to get examined for possible breast cancer. However, in most cases, signs or symptoms that are consistent with breast cancer turn out to be completely benign and harmless conditions.  In rare […]

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  • Common Causes of HIE

    October 03, 2021

    Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy represents one of the most dangerous types of brain injuries that an infant can suffer. HIE can result from many different causes. While most cases of HIE are not preventable, in some cases the causes of HIE may be traced to negligent medical care rendered by medical providers. When medical malpractice results […]

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