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- Do I Need an “Affidavit of Merit” in a Medical Malpractice Case?
Medical malpractice cases are complex and often take a substantial amount of time when tried. They can be expensive for both parties.
- Lawyers Claim DePuy Aggressively Marketed Metal-On-Metal Implants
With alleged prior knowledge of the flawed design, DePuy still marketed these metal-on-metal implants.
- Benefits from an Ex-Spouse
If you are divorced and planning for your retirement, you may have questions about what benefits you are entitled to receive, including Social Security or disability benefits from your ex-spouse.
- Can You Sue for Unsatisfactory Plastic Surgery Results?
Plastic surgery is an elective procedure that usually requires out of pocket income for payment to the healthcare facility and physician that attends the patient. In most circumstances, these surgeries are requested at the behest of a specific person that wants to alter something or feels that a change of a cosmetic manner is needed.
- What Is the Role of a Medical Expert Winess in a Malpractice Case?
In a medical malpractice case, a medical expert may provide critical information before or during the trial. It is important for the person hiring the expert to have a clear understanding of the role of the medical expert and on laws that pertain to medical malpractice cases.
- Pennsylvania Potential Changes to Regulations in Nursing Home
Pennsylvania lawmakers could be making some changes to nursing home regulations. A task force within the Department of Health conducted a recent review of these regulations and found that patients might be better served by oversight that prioritizes quality of life, rather than quality of a facility.
- When Can a Nursing Home Be Sued for Bedsores?
An increasing trend in personal injury cases involves claims that are brought forward related to a loved one acquiring bedsores. The formation of these bedsores may provide a basis in a lawsuit.
- When Can You Sue for Emergency Room Malpractice
Everyday people are injured and must go to an emergency room to seek care for their medical needs. However, in some cases, a doctor’s errors may result in causing even greater harm to a patient. When a doctor acts in a negligent manner, an injured patient may be able to pursue financial compensation for the harm caused to him or her.
- Sixth Risperdal Lawsuit Settled After Several Large Jury Awards
The plaintiff alleges that the drug Risperdal was responsible for his gynecomastia.
- Legal Structure for a Medical Practice with 50/50 Shareholders
The key to the structure is this: The two physician / shareholders can either work together, or they can breakup.