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- Could a Doctor Be So Negligent That it is Considered Murder?
Losing a loved one is never easy, especially when the loss could have been avoided. Often in cases of medical malpractice, those who are left behind after a loved one's passing wonder why the doctor is not going to jail for murder. Is it possible for one to charge a doctor with murder when their treatment of a patient was so poor as to result in death?
- Gall Bladder Surgery: A Common Cause for Medical Malpractice Litigation
A gall bladder attack can come on without any warning. Pains on your right side radiate to your back. The pain becomes more than you can bear, so you go to the nearest emergency room and seek medical help. A few quick tests are performed and it is determined that your gall bladder is the offending organ and it needs to be removed. The surgeon assures you that this is a common procedure and you will be just fine afterwards.
- What is a Wrongful Death Claim?
Whenever someone dies it is normal for the survivors to want to find an explanation and a person to blame. Unfortunately, in some cases, nobody is to blame, and it was just that person's time. But, in other cases, when the death could have been avoided and someone else was in a position to prevent it, a wrongful death may have occurred.
- Settling Drunk Driving Accidents
Drunk driving is a serious offense that should come with strict consequences. An accident involving a driver who is impaired by alcohol or drugs often results in serious injury or death.
- Common Questions About Mesothelioma
If you have been exposed to asbestos and been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may want to know if you have a case against someone for your injuries, and if so, what the process for making that claim will be.
- Punitive Damages Under Illinois Law
Usually, when one is injured they are entitled to usual compensatory damages, or money intended to return the person to the position they would have been in had the injury not occurred. But in a few instances, someone's conduct can be so bad that the law has determined that simply paying someone back is not enough; that they should actually be punished for their conduct.
- How Does the Workers’ Compensation System Work in Missouri?
In Missouri, employers are required to have workers’ compensation insurance coverage. Employers can obtain this insurance either with a private insurance company, or can self insure. With some exceptions for domestic servants and agricultural workers, every employer who retains more than five employees must have workers’ compensation insurance.
- Researchers Estimate Surgical “Never Events” Occur 4,044 Times a Year
Johns Hopkins released the findings of a careful review of national medical malpractice claims. The safety researchers who conducted the analysis discovered some shocking information about “never events,” events that the medical community agree are unacceptable and should never occur.
- Nursing Home To Pay Family Of Abuse Victim $23 Million
A nursing home abuse case in Sacramento, California has come to a close with the jury awarding $23 million to the plaintiff. The Seattle-based company was accused of abuse and neglect that caused the death of an 81 year old woman, and was found to be guilty.
- Michigan Fireworks Accident Injury Lawyers Gives Fourth of July Safety Tips
Best lawyers for Michigan fireworks accident injuries gives safety tips for the Fourth of July holiday season.