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Medical Malpractice Is A Leading Cause of Death In The United States
According to a report by the Institute of Medicine, medical errors are responsible for at least 44,000 deaths each year in the United States and possibly as many as 98,000 each year.  Read More

Medical Malpractice FAQs
Answers to common questions about medical malpractice and pursuing a claim.    Read More

Misdiagnosing Breast Cancer
The incidence of medical malpractice related to the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer is alarming.  Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women in the U.S. and the second leading cause of death for all women.   Read More

Sepsis and Septic Shock Due to Malpractice?
If appropriate and timely measures are not taken to prevent the development of sepsis or bacteremia, and to treat it once it manifests itself, patients’ lives are unnecessarily put at risk.   Read More

VBACs Too Often Result in Injury and Death
It used to be said that “once a caesarian, always a caesarian”, referring to the belief in the medical community that it was not safe for a woman who had had delivered a child by way of caesarian section to later attempt a trial of labor.  The adherence to this precautionary practice has, over the years however, been eroded.  Read More

Recognizing Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect
Unfortunately, nursing home neglect and abuse can be a "hidden problem" because the victims are often not capable of expressing pain or reporting the neglect or abuse on their own.  Thus, it is extraordinarily important that others be watchful for any signs or symptoms of abuse.    Read More


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