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Hospitals: Can they be sued?

There are times when it is needed for a victim to sue a hospital. However, in medical malpractice cases the common medical professionals to be sued are: doctors surgeons anesthetists and other healthcare staff However, the hospital may be able…

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Releasing Medical Records

When filing a personal injury claim medical records play an especially important role. This article will discuss releasing medical records in a personal injury case. Releasing Medical Records Privacy Laws While consent is necessary, it is possible to receive medical…

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Asbestos-Mesothelioma Expert Witnesses

In asbestos lawsuits it is not uncommon for an expert witness to be a part of a case. Expert witnesses provide important information to the jury that would not be common knowledge. This article will discuss the key roles an expert…

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Common Medical Malpractice Errors Pt. 2

Of the most common causes of death in the United States medical errors and issues rank number three. It’s estimated that approximately 400,000 people die each year as a result of errors made by highly trained medical practitioners. This article…

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Florida Lockdown Executive Order FAQS 2

With the lockdown having come into effect on Friday April 2, 2020, there are many questions being asked. This article will discuss frequently asked questions with regards to the Executive Order on the statewide lockdown. In addition, it will look…

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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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Restrictions on Vehicle Recalls

The Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is the department that sets the standard of vehicles. Vehicle manufacturers must obey the guidelines that the NHTSA has put in place. When a vehicle does not meet a certain…

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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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Demand Letter: What is it for?

Statistics show that personal injury claims hardly ever go to trial. To avoid expensive and time consuming litigation, parties to a motor vehicle accident cases normally reach a settlement agreement. To receive the best possible settlement the injured party needs…

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