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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Pool Time Should Be Fun Time

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During the summer months in Florida, children can enjoy their free time and water-related activities like swimming. Depending on where your child swims, whether it’s at summer camp, school, day care center, community center, a friend’s or neighbor’s house, you still need to think about the precautions regarding their safety in the water. Although we […]

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Legal Issues Surrounding Drunk Driving

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According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), three people are killed in alcohol-related highway crashes every two hours. The consequences of drinking and driving are arrests, property damage, injuries, and thousands of deaths each year. A number of state laws allow for a felony DUI (or DWI) charge in cases where the driver’s […]

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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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Negligent Security of a Premises Liability

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A business owners’ legal duty is to provide a safe premises for their patrons, renters and guests at all times in order to protect them from harm caused by the intentional criminal acts of third parties, when those criminal acts are accountable. Criminal acts are measurable when their occurrence can reasonably be expected under the […]

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Negligent Security Claims

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When you drop your child off at daycare, visit a school or stay at a hotel, you expect your family to be safe from crime. Likewise, most of us trust our bosses to maintain our protection when we are on the job.   But what happens when you suffer a loss or injury on someone else’s property […]

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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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Pharmacy Malpractice: Top 10 Drugs to Double Check

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Over 1.3 million people are injured each year due to something known as pharmacy errors. Out of these 1.3 million individuals, there are 10,000 that die each year as well.  A pharmacy error occurs when a patient receiving prescription drugs from a pharmacy suffers serious injury due to unintended effects of the medication they were […]

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Dog Attacks On Children

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  Man’s best friend can be affectionate, but also unpredictable, and dangerous if handled improperly and without caution. Dog bite personal injury lawsuits are on the rise as dog bites send more children to emergency rooms than any other youth activity, and go beyond domestic violence, burns and bone fractures.   The traumas child victims […]

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Can you go without an attorney?

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Are there cases that happen where one would not need to hire a personal attorney and go it alone? Let’s find out. If you live in a no-fault state, like Florida, the rules do not allow you to sue unless your injuries hit a certain level in severity or cost. It may not be pertinent […]

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