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Can Medical Malpractice Cause an Amputation?

Published: Feb 9, 2021 Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury

Doctors have an obligation to treat their patients with care, respect, and professionalism. Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider’s actions or inactions lead to avoidable health issues. One type of medical malpractice outcome is amputation of an appendage or limb, which can...

Can Obstetric Nurses be Charged with Medical Malpractice?

Published: Dec 28, 2020 Medical Malpractice

Obstetric nurses bear the great responsibility of caring for mothers and babies during pregnancy and childbirth. Just like any other type of medical professional, they can be charged with medical malpractice if they negligently cause injury to a patient. There are several ways in...

Driving Tips for Thanksgiving Travel

Published: Nov 23, 2020 Auto Accident, Personal Injury

Thanksgiving remains one of the busiest holidays of the year. Many people eat dinner at more than one meal, and spend time with family members, extended loved ones, and friends. This means plenty of drivers get behind the wheel throughout the day and well...

How Does Medical Malpractice Affect the Elderly?

Published: Nov 9, 2020 Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice affects people every day across the globe and can harm both the patient and their family. The impact of malpractice can include physical injury, emotional and mental distress, and even loss of life. The Journal of the American Medical Association reports that...

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A Message to Our Clients About Coronavirus COVID-19:

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