Mar 29, 2017

H.R. 1215 Aims to Stifle Victim’s Rights in Medical Malpractice Cases

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One of the foundations of the doctor-patient relationship is implicit trust. The doctor’s education and ethics serve as shepherds for patient treatment. Acting as a counterbalance within the legal system are medical malpractice suits, offering patients the legal recourse for situations in which they have been given bad advice or improper treatment by a medical [...]

Mar 21, 2017

Federal Demands on Doctors and Hospitals May Prove Unreasonable

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We work hard to help patients who have been harmed in some way by an act of medical malpractice or negligence. We seek justice for them in the courts, and fight for compensation to help them and their families after a mistake costs them everything. To that end, we support measures that hold doctors accountable [...]

Mar 15, 2017

Fentanyl Laced Heroin Caused A Massive Spike In Overdose Deaths In Kentucky

By |Mar 15, 2017|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

A drug bust in south Louisville, KY sent narcotics detectives scrambling out the front door after a suspected drug dealer cautioned that he had mixed heroin with fentanyl. The drug, a powerful opioid, is typically used only for severe or chronic pain; even then, administration and dosages are tightly controlled. Over the last year, the [...]

Mar 9, 2017

Can Cutting the Cord Too Soon Decrease Your Child’s IQ?

By |Mar 9, 2017|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

It has long been established that, once a baby is born, the doctor will clamp down on the umbilical cord and snip it right away. The whole reason for doing this was to reduce the risk to the mother of hemorrhaging. As it turns out, that associated risk wasn’t really a risk at all, and [...]

Mar 1, 2017

The Latest Offering From the Panoply of Horrifying Defective Medical Devices is Threatening Untold Millions

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A recent investigation by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention uncovered a connection between a piece of equipment used during invasive open-chest surgeries and bacterial infections that surgery patients developed years later. The report serves as confirmation of a problem that healthcare professionals identified in the last few years; namely, that serious systemic infections [...]