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- The Rise of Vaccine Injury Payouts
As a result of improperly injected flu vaccines, there has been an increase in the number of vaccine injury payouts.
- Questions and Answers About Medical Malpractice and Lack of Informed Consent
Every day across America, millions of medical procedures take place without incidence. In fact, for the most part, the United States is one of the safest places in the world to have a medical procedure done. However, once in a while, something goes wrong.
- Did My Doctor Know Enough to Perform That Surgery, or Was It Malpractice?
While the vast majority of surgical procedures performed in the United States go smoothly, there are the occasional problems. To those left suffering from the results of those errors, it can leave many questions. One of the most haunting can be whether the doctor knew enough to perform the surgery.
- Can I Sue a Foreign Doctor for Malpractice in an American Court?
Medical tourism is on the rise for Americans. Many Americans seek the substantial savings they can obtain by getting various medical treatments, bot necessary and elective, performed by doctors in other countries. But, what happens when something goes wrong? Can you sue a foreign doctor for malpractice in an American Court?
- Legislation To Have Surgeries Videotaped
A recent invention out of the University of Toronto has some hospitals fighting against its use, while lawmakers are advocating for it.
- Attorney Client Sexual Relations
Attorneys occupy a position of great trust with their clients. Therefore, sexual relationships between the two factions are generally discouraged. Additionally, this type of relationship may be prohibited by professional rules of conduct.
- Tort Reform Is Not Only Useless, It's Harmful
The insurance industry and corporate interests have worked for decades to sell the story of “tort reform,” the idea that “frivolous lawsuits” and the high cost of health care can only be stopped by limiting people's right to sue for damages.
- Mortality Rates and Malpractice
A series of recent infant deaths at a medical center in Florida, and a subsequent investigation of the deaths by CNN, suggests that an increase in infant deaths at one facility may be an indication of medical malpractice.
- New Report On Medical Omissions
A new report on studies of acute care facilities highlights several startling ways in which medical professionals may be liable for care they do not provide and things they do not do.
- Who is Liable for Medication Errors?
Learn why medication errors occur and how to safeguard yourself against prescription drug errors.