Patient Abandonment

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Patient abandonment is a form of medical malpractice that occurs when a physician terminates the doctor-patient relationship without reasonable notice or excuse, and fails to provide the patient with an opportunity to find a qualified replacement care provider. There are many these cases in which a doctor might terminate a relationship with a patient without a […]

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Lifting Injuries at Work

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Unfortunately, thousands of people each year file for workers’ compensation due to “lifting, placing, holding and lowering materials which cause compensable work injuries,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The federal government does not regulate workplace lifting limits. Employers are left to decide the guidelines needed to protect workers from injuries, and sometimes these […]

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Tips for Handling a Hit & Run

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When you are the victim of a hit and run accident, you likely feel angry and confused, and it can be unclear how to get compensation for your damages and injuries. However, there are steps you can take to create a smoother experience, should you be in this unfortunate situation. Examples of hit and run […]

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Medical Malpractice – Anesthesia Errors

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When a patient undergoes a surgical procedure, anesthesiologists often place the patient in an unconscious or semi-conscious state through medications and gasses. Anesthesiologists are not only responsible for keeping a patient sedated during surgery, but also managing their vital signs and oxygenation. They often may be primarily responsible for the patient’s care immediately after surgery. […]

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Proving a Negligent Security Case

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A party can be accused of negligent security when he or she fails to observe the adequate norms for premises safety. Individuals who are injured in an accident that occurred in an inadequate space can make a negligent security claim and accuse the other party of insufficient or faulty security. This type of claim can be made by individuals […]

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When Doctor’s Prescribe Wrong Medication

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Administering Wrong Medication or Wrong Dosage Physicians and nurses can be liable for prescribing the wrong medication. They can simply make a mistake about what medication should be prescribed or what dosage to prescribe. It is shockingly easy to administer the wrong amount of medication. For example, any health care provider misses or transposes even […]

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Rental Car Insurance 101

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Tis the season for traveling! More and more people are traveling for the holidays and that typically involves renting a car. Unfortunately all of these extra cars on the road lead to increased accidents, and insurance policies can be drastically different when you switch from your own vehicle to a temporary rental. Here’s a quick […]

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Tips on Finding an Attorney You Can Trust

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In Southwest Florida, we have a long list of attorneys to choose from, but finding the right attorney for your case can be a challenge. You want the best advocate for your case, and an attorney you can totally trust and confide in. There are many different types of cases attorneys choose to specialize in; […]

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Bicycle-Related Injuries and Death Prevention

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Riding a bike is great for many reasons. You can get your exercise on, hike through the wilderness, and even go site seeing. However, bicycle accidents do happen, and can result in serious and sometimes fatal injuries. Liability for bike accident injuries comes down to negligence, whether the driver caused the cyclist’s injuries, or negligence by […]

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Dog Bites

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Dogs might be furry, friendly and happy to see you, but they may not always act that way, and for certain aggressive breeds of dogs it is nearly impossible to predict their behavior. We are taught as children that it is not safe to approach a dog without asking its owner first. Unless the dog […]

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