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May 17, 2018
After a car accident, it is always advisable to seek out a full medical examination from a doctor as soon as you can, even if the accident did not seem that serious. Car accidents are almost always more violent than we realize, and may leave you with injuries you do not feel at first, some of which are quite dangerous.… Read More When to include a hospital in your medical malpractice suit
May 11, 2018
After suffering injuries from medical malpractice, it is not always easy to determine who is liable for the harm and on the hook for compensating you fairly. In many cases, this may include the hospital where the injury occurred — but not always. Before you assume you can include the hospital in your claim, it is wise to carefully examine… Read More Do breast cancer testing guidelines hurt minorities?
April 21, 2018
A new report shows that breast cancer screening guidelines that doctors use to determine which women they should screen for cancer were created based on data from only white females. This bias might unintentionally create the delayed diagnosis of breast cancer in many minorities. There are genetic and racial differences among patients that make some patients more susceptible to breast… Read More Carefully consider who is liable in a truck accident
March 30, 2018
Experiencing a car accident involving a commercial truck can be an overwhelming experience, even when you are fortunate enough to survive without permanent or fatal injuries. While all car accidents present some potential complications to resolving an injury claim, truck accidents can prove more complicated than most. In many cases, it is wise to begin building your claim at the… Read More Cerebral palsy may be caused by a doctor’s negligence
March 19, 2018
Raising a child with cerebral palsy is a difficult journey for any parent, above and beyond what all parents face. Dealing with the issues of cerebral palsy can feel overwhelming to many parents, especially in the early months and years of the child’s life. If your child developed cerebral palsy at some point during your pregnancy, or possibly during the… Read More The safest way to fall
February 21, 2018
When you were a kid, you fell down all the time. It was no big deal. However, unless you’ve made a career as an Olympic athlete or a stunt double, you probably haven’t had too much experience falling lately-and you’re likely out of practice. As a result, when you fall as an adult, you often do all of the wrong… Read More Was your business contract breached?
February 14, 2018
When you agree to a contract, you expect the other party to hold up their end of the agreement and abide by the terms. This is a reasonable expectation, but as long as people have created contracts, they have also found ways to breach them, putting both parties in a difficult position. If you believe that some other party breached… Read More Make a plan for coping with a loved one’s death
January 24, 2018
Losing a loved one suddenly is an extremely harrowing experience. If you are still reeling from a tragic death that was caused by an accident, there are a few things that you need to think about. Each of these is important enough on its own, but putting them together can help you to move forward with your life after such… Read More Watch for these common dangers on construction sites
January 17, 2018
It seems like every day there is another story in the news about an accident at a New Jersey construction site. In general, construction sites are dangerous for everyone, not just the men and women who work in the industry. For example, how many times have you walked through the city and found yourself surrounded by scaffolding due to the… Read More Did a doctor misdiagnose your breast cancer?
January 8, 2018
Breast cancer is a shockingly common ailment that affects an enormous portion of women throughout the country, in all walks of life. While breast cancer does develop in some men, it does so in fewer instances. Still, every single case of breast cancer is its own battle, and overcoming this disease is often far more difficult without the careful guidance… Read More