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The Role of Bad “Medical Advice” in Malpractice

Most people interact with doctors only when they are injured or ill. These heightened states make it easy to latch onto information, even when that information may be wrong. It can be difficult to figure out what [...]

The Role of Bad “Medical Advice” in Malpractice2020-07-02T12:02:07+00:00

Understanding the High Impact of COVID-19 on Nursing Homes

Protective measures and policy updates to curtail the threat of the COVID-19 coronavirus rolled out slowly and left many vulnerable. Whenever a threat occurs, it is the most vulnerable that tend to pay the highest price. It’s [...]

Understanding the High Impact of COVID-19 on Nursing Homes2020-06-18T23:53:50+00:00

COVID-19 Impact on Filing for Social Security Disability

The process of filing for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) has never been easy to get through. The program requirements are complicated, like most bureaucratic language, and filing while suffering from a disability adds extra layers.  Additionally, [...]

COVID-19 Impact on Filing for Social Security Disability2020-05-28T10:10:02+00:00

Workers’ Compensation From Exposure: Does it Include COVID-19?

It’s tough for the American workforce right now. It’s common for many to fear exposure to a dangerous infectious disease and subsequently lose work, infect their families, or worse. Complicating this further is uncertainty of what life [...]

Workers’ Compensation From Exposure: Does it Include COVID-19?2020-04-09T10:40:26+00:00

Workers’ Compensation at Home: Employees Telecommuting

The statistics on working from home and telecommuting continues to grow as information technologies increasingly decentralize the workplace. A decade ago, only 24% of workers had home offices and/or performed workplace activities from home. Last year, this [...]

Workers’ Compensation at Home: Employees Telecommuting2020-03-26T12:13:31+00:00

Medical Malpractice and Infectious Disease Protocols

The number of issues that can affect your care in a medical facility are already numerous. From the moment you enter the door to the moment you leave, there’s a lot of room for error and mistakes [...]

Medical Malpractice and Infectious Disease Protocols2020-03-12T12:15:00+00:00

Malpractice During a Clinical Trial? It Can Happen.

Contention over medical research, especially research that involves human participants, is nothing new. Companies and other entities that conduct medical research are quick to cover their abases when it comes to the possibility of expenses. Even so, [...]

Malpractice During a Clinical Trial? It Can Happen.2020-03-05T11:33:13+00:00

What Are the Long-Term Costs After a Birth Injury?

The days leading up to a birth are some of the most stressful a parent can go through. The mixture of hopes and fears keeps the family on its toes. Fortunately, most births go smoothly, and the [...]

What Are the Long-Term Costs After a Birth Injury?2020-02-20T11:33:10+00:00

Birth Injury Prevention Steps and Statistics

No topic creates as much fear and apprehension as an injury to a newly-born infant. Part of this comes from a deep-seated need to protect the young. The other part comes from the knowledge that a small [...]

Birth Injury Prevention Steps and Statistics2020-02-13T11:30:17+00:00

Who Gets Sued? Malpractice and Hospital Structure

One question that sees little attention in the world of medical malpractice is the multitude of actors that can be sued under malpractice criteria. You might think that only a doctor or treating physician of some stripe [...]

Who Gets Sued? Malpractice and Hospital Structure2020-02-06T11:34:34+00:00

Chronic Conditions Effect on Medical Malpractice Claims

For many, the idea of a sudden complication or lack of proper diagnosis from a sudden onset of illness is alarming. For others, they know, and have known, what’s wrong for a long time. Even those with [...]

Chronic Conditions Effect on Medical Malpractice Claims2020-01-31T12:01:46+00:00

Malpractice Concerns for Children and Teens

The laws governing the statute of limitations for medical malpractice have several categories of exceptions. Primarily, these deal with when an injury is, or should be, recognized by a claimant.  For children and teens, these rules have [...]

Malpractice Concerns for Children and Teens2020-01-16T11:24:13+00:00