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Do I Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

There’s nothing quite as overwhelming as being the victim of medical malpractice. While it’s common to believe that an error always constitutes medical malpractice, it’s important to remember that a bad outcome doesn’t always warrant a claim. Doctors and other medical professionals are not perfect and because so many common illnesses have symptoms that mimic…

  • What Are The Surgical Errors That Lead To Medical Malpractice Cases?

    Philadelphia Medical Malpractice When you visit a doctor or a surgeon, you expect them to be as professional as possible and provide you the best care they can. When a doctor’s actions fall below an acceptable standard of care, that can mean severe consequences for their patients. Here is a short overview of surgical errors…

  • What Makes A Personal Injury Claim Catastrophic?

    Overview of Catastrophic Injuries Any harm suffered at the hands of someone else’s negligence is serious business that deserves legal attention. Medical bills and lost wages can pile up and make the aftermath of an accident a stressful time for anyone. But there is a special type of personal injury where the damages are so…

  • What is a Wrongful Death Claim?

    Losing a loved one for any reason is a tragic experience for family and friends alike. When we lose someone, we want to understand why it happened. Sometimes it was just that person’s time or a freak accident occurs that couldn’t be avoided. Sometimes someone was very sick or someone decides to even take their…

  • Dos and Don’ts after a Car Accident

    Car accidents can be very scary and stressful to find yourself in. Due to the intense speeds and weights of vehicles, injuries are also very common. Getting into an accident and getting injured to boot gets your adrenaline running and your mind racing. It is good to be aware of the dos and don’ts after…

  • What Is Considered A Catastrophic Injury For The Purposes Of A Personal Injury Claim?

    Whenever personal injuries occur, they can be stressful to the victim and the victim’s family. However, when a person suffers a catastrophic injury, this stress is oftentimes compounded by the constant accrual of crippling medical bills throughout the duration of the person’s lifetime as well as the loss of life and livelihood the person experiences…

  • Birth Injuries And Liability

    For the average woman, undergoing childbirth is a rewarding experience. However, it is a well-known fact that bearing a child can be a particularly painful process. Generally, the pain experienced during childbirth subsides shortly after the birth of the child. Nevertheless, for those new mothers who bear a child that suffers an injury at birth,…

  • How Often are Checks for Workers’ Compensation in Philadelphia Sent?

    Workers’ compensation is an important benefit offered by employers all over Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. If you work for a company that meets the requirements to offer workers’ compensation you will be covered should you suffer a workplace injury or illness related to your employment. Employers are required to provide you with a form…

  • Discussing Car Accidents, Liability, and Fault in Philadelphia, PA

    Finding yourself sitting on the side of the road following a car accident is a stressful situation for drivers of all experience levels. A large number of car crashes are caused by one of three things: bad road conditions, negligence of a driver, or a defect with the vehicle. Almost every car accident will have…

  • Family Awarded $130 Million in Medical Malpractice Case

    A family has been awarded $130 million in a medical malpractice case involving their son. The boy, two months old at the time of the incident, suffered brain damage following treatment at a hospital in Suburban Detroit. The incident occurred in 2006 at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak. According to the complaint, the staffers…

  • Medical Errors Triple Due to Physician Burnout

    A recent study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings states that the burnout of physicians is more likely to cause medical errors than unsafe medical workplace conditions. The authors of the study also noted that in order for medical errors to be reduced, both work unit safety and the well-being of physicians must be taken into…