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How do you know if you have a medical malpractice case?

Medical malpractice takes place when a doctor or other medical professional harms a patient as a result of failing to perform his or her medical duties competently. According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, medical malpractice is the third leading cause of death in the United States, right behind heart disease and cancer. The idea that a person…read more →

Things to know about roof hatch injuries

Roof hatch injuries usually occur because of inexpensive solutions most builders go for. For example, ladders should extend three feet above the roof but a longer ladder may not be installed by builders because then the hatch would not close. Workers using such a ladder may get injured as a shorter ladder wouldn’t give them enough room to climb over…read more →

What Are Some Common Personal Injury Cases?

A personal injury case can present itself in many ways. Personal injury law is commonly referred to as “tort law”. This type of law allows a person who has suffered an injury either through an accident or through the intentional acts of a person be compensated for their damages. Not every injury sustained by the actions of another person will…read more →

X-Ray Radiation Exposure

X-ray serves as a tool for diagnostic purposes by many health care providers. At some point in a person’s life, they will undergo an X-ray whether it is for dental care or to view an injury. X-rays are a very popular tool used in the medical field, in fact, the most commonly used. With that being said, there is a…read more →

Common Medical Errors to Watch Out For

More than 250,000 Americans die each year because of medical errors and hundreds of thousands more suffer injuries due to medical mistakes. Although you want to trust your doctor and every member of your medical professional team, the truth is, those individuals often fail to make your health the first priority while providing medical care. As a patient, you should…read more →

Major Highway Safety Measures for Every Driver

Each day, millions of Americans sit behind the wheel of their car before the start of their day. Every day has its own obstacles that are unforeseen, especially on the road which is in some ways a contributor to many highway accidents. When attempting to accomplish your daily goals of getting to work on time, dropping the kids off at…read more →

5 Ways to Avoid a DUI

Everyone knows that driving while under the influence of drugs and alcohol is a bad idea and can have life-altering consequences. Unfortunately, thousands of drivers still make the unwise decision to get behind the wheel after drinking, putting lives at risk. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 28 people in the U.S. die in car accidents…read more →

The Role of a Patient

For any patient, we seek our doctor’s advice and value his or her input as a direct reflection of our health. Many people have seen the same doctor for years entrusting them with their lives, but how often have doctors been wrong and the result is deadly? Negligence and medical malpractice, unfortunately, is something that happens to patients. It refers…read more →

Striving for Safety: The Responsibility of a Driver

Laws concerning driving may vary from state to state, but overall the rules of the road are similar and the number one priority of every driver should be to be as safe as possible. Although driving is a necessity for most, it is a privilege that can be taken away when a car accident results from reckless behaviors or the…read more →

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