Valleywide Legal Blog

More Doctors Behaving Badly

As I have often said, most doctors are caring professionals who would not dream of being disrespectful to their patients.  On the other hand, doctors are human and there are regular incidents of doctors behaving badly.  Sometimes their actions are … Read More

Posted in Arizona Medical Board, Cesarean Section, disclosure of medical mistakes, Doctors, Hospitals, medical errors, medical ethics, Medical Negligence, Secrecy |

You Need A Good Malpractice Lawyer.

From time to time over the years, John and I have written about the necessary elements of a viable medical malpractice claim.  There must be fairly clear evidence of medical negligence which caused a significant injury.  Doubts about the existence … Read More

Posted in arizona certified medical malpractice lawyers, arizona certified medical negligence lawyers, arizona certified personal injury lawyers, Doctors, Finding a Medical Malpractice Lawyer, Lawsuits, Malpractice costs, Medical Malpractice, medical malpractice cases, medical malpractice claims, medical malpractice lawsuits, medical malpractice lawyers, Medical Negligence, medical negligence lawyers, plaintiff, trial |

Health Care Providers Are Often Victims Too.

In this blog, I often write about patients who have been injured as the result of malpractice at the hands of health care providers.  Increasingly, it is the other way around.  Here is an article from Politico about violence directed against … Read More

Posted in Doctors, General Health, Health Care Costs, Hospitals, Medical Costs, Nurses |

Good News for Type 1 Diabetics!

Last week I wrote about one of the problems facing Type 1 diabetics: the ever increasing cost of the insulin they need to stay alive.  Today, I am writing about some good news that may reduce the need for insulin.  … Read More

Posted in drug companies, General Health, health, healthy living, medical research, science news, Type 1 Diabetes |

Insulin Makers Should Be Ashamed of Themselves

If you have been following our blog, you know that my 8 year old grandson is a Type 1 diabetic and has been for 5 years now.  Unlike Type 2 diabetes, no amount of weight loss or diet or lifestyle … Read More

Posted in drug companies, health, Health Care Costs, healthy living, Medical Costs, Medicare, Type 1 Diabetes |