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At Times Filing Suit Isn't Just Possible, but Necessary
At Times Filing Suit Isn't Just Possible, but Necessary

Early last month, the world lost a noted entertainer. Joan Rivers died. She was 81. Since then, there have been loads of questions about what exactly happened and whether medical error might have had something to do with the comedienne’s death. What’s known for sure is that ...

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Blog posts in October, 2014

  • What Are the Risks to Mom and Baby from Vacuum Extraction?

    Not all births go the way they are supposed to. Sometimes a baby presents in the breech position, feet or bottom first. Sometimes the baby’s head is a ...

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  • Complex Processes Should Not Scuttle Valid Wrongful Death Claims

    Just exactly how many people die as a result of mistakes in the hospital? It’s a hard figure to put your finger on. It seems to change every year — ...

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  • Belcher's Brain Validates Concern Over Repeated Sports Traumas

    A lot of the possible effects of brain trauma are known. When injuries are obvious, such as the type of traumatic brain damage that can result from a ...

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  • Is Rarity of Mesothelioma an Excuse for Failures to Diagnose?

    We don’t hear much about mesothelioma or those lives that are claimed by it. That’s not too surprising. It is a rare form of cancer. According to the ...

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  • Fostering Right Culture Can Avoid Preventable Nursing Errors

    In the course of recovering from a major medical event in the hospital, a patient may receive care from a large team of medical professionals. There ...

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