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Jul 17

Avoiding Medical Malpractice: 4 Steps to Becoming a Safer Patient

By Eric Weitz

Two-hundred and seventy fathers, mothers, children, brothers, sisters, and friends will die today as a result of medical malpractice and preventable medical errors. The same was true yesterday and will repeat itself tomorrow. As hospitals, physicians, and nurses continue to navigate the changes brought on by the Affordable Care Act (aka “Obamacare”); patient safety remains […]

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Mar 02

Medical Malpractice Attorneys: Poor Care for Poor Patients?

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Medical Malpractice Attorneys: Poor Care for Poor Patients? Medical malpractice attorneys report the findings of a new study that shows that lower income patients are less likely to sue their doctors for medical negligence or malpractice. Doctors Have “Unconscious” Bias Against Poor Patients The study, published by Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research and authored by […]

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Mar 01

Personal Injury Attorneys Argue to Keep Zoloft Lawsuits Separate

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Personal Injury Attorneys Argue to Keep Zoloft Lawsuits Separate Next month, federal judges will have to decide whether or not to centralize all Zoloft related birth defect lawsuits that have been filed in U.S. District Courts throughout the United States. Personal injury attorneys will have to prepare oral arguments for the U.S. Judicial Panel on […]

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Feb 24

Personal Injury Attorneys Caution Consumers on Using Recalled Meijer Touch Point Fan Heaters that Pose Fire and Shock Hazards

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Philadelphia personal injury attorneys of Messa & Associates advise that Meijer, Inc. has recalled approximately 6,102 of its Touch Point brand oscillating forced air heaters because exposed and unshielded electrical components on the defective product can cause the heater to overheat and melt. This poses fire and electrical shock hazards to consumers. In one case, […]

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Feb 15

Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys Win Large Verdict in Kentucky

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An $8 million verdict was awarded in Jefferson, Kentucky this week to the estate of retired surgeon David Griffin after his death was caused by nursing home negligence. Judge Brian C. Edwards presided over the two week trial. The verdict was returned after two hours of jury deliberation. It included $2 million for pain and […]

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