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Quadriplegic Woman Awarded $55 Million

A New York woman rendered a quadriplegic after spinal surgery was awarded a $55 million the jury verdict. As we age back pain is common. Many people seek relief using different methods such as exercise, physical therapy and other methods.…

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Stem Cell Treatments Deceptions

The FDA reported on stem cell treatments in a consumer update. Researchers hope that stem cells will one day be effective in the treatment of many medical issues and diseases. However, unproven stem-cell treatments can be unsafe. Therefore, it is…

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Product Recalls – Motor Vehicles

Annually millions of products are recalled for a number of different reasons. When a product is recalled this is usually because of some safety concern. With the number of product recalls done every year it is important to know the circumstances…

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Questions on Wrongful Death

When negligence results in the death of another person you, as the surviving dependent, may bring a wrongful death claim. However, there are a number of questions regarding filing a wrongful death claim. This article will discuss questions and answers…

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Medical Malpractice Elements Pt. 2

According to the Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute malpractice is defined as: “The tort committed when a professional fails to properly execute their duty to a client. The duty of a professional to a client is generally defined as…

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Medical Malpractice Elements

According to the Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute malpractice is defined as: “The tort committed when a professional fails to properly execute their duty to a client. The duty of a professional to a client is generally defined as…

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Medical Negligence v. Medical Malpractice

The term medical negligence and medical malpractice are often used as meaning the same thing. There are some instances where they mean the same thing, however, they are two different terms. Medical negligence is one legal requirement of medical malpractice…

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Wrongful Death Claims: Pedestrian Accidents

The Washington Post in an article posted on January 23, 2019 stated that, “Between 2008 and 2017 nationally, 49 340 pedestrians were killed”. The article recorded that “Pedestrian safety is not getting better. We are on record highs in killing pedestrians.…

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