Some Doctor Reviews Are Fake.
Studies show that consumers search for and rely on reviews for nearly everything, including medical care. We are all looking for that 5 star product or service. Couple this with a thriving black market in fake reviews and you have … Read More
Your Tax Dollars At Work – The Arizona Medical Board
At least the Arizona Medical Board lets the public know what it has been doing. It publishes a running list of all of the disciplinary action it has taken over the past year. It makes for very interesting reading. Here … Read More
Have I Been The Victim of Medical Malpractice?
As I have written on many occasions, if you are the victim of medical malpractice, don’t count on anyone informing you of that fact. Despite the obligation of doctors and hospitals to be honest with their patients, the curtain of … Read More
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Virginia OB/GYN, Who Routinely Performed Unnecessary Surgeries, Gets Prison Time
There are predators in the medical profession. The profession is unable or unwilling to root them out. The doctor I writing about today was proven to have preyed on vulnerable women in Southern Virginia for at least ten years between … Read More
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Choosing A Lawyer.
I recently spoke to a gentleman, who lives here in Arizona, Let’s call him, Bob. Bob had been involved in an accident in another state. The accident was the fault of the other driver. The tow truck driver, who removed … Read More
Medical Malpractice or Criminal Conduct?
Last week I wrote about an ICU doctor in Ohio, who was accused of deliberately overdosing 11 of his critically ill patients with a powerful painkiller and thereby shortening their lives. After nearly a week of deliberations, the jury acquitted … Read More
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It Is The Wild West Out There.
In the movies, the wild west is always portrayed as a lawless place in which the sheriff was either outgunned or corrupt and citizens were at the mercy of the bad guys. You had to protect yourself because there was … Read More
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“But He Came Highly Recommended.”
There are some bad doctors out there. They are what medical malpractice lawyers call “frequent flyers.” They are careless and incompetent. They get sued over and over again. No matter how often they get sued, the Arizona Medical Board keeps … Read More
Don’t Expect Too Much From The Medical Profession.
I like doctors. I really do. Most of them are caring professionals who try to do the right thing. Unfortunately, there are some who are only in it for the money and who are selfish jerks. There are also some … Read More
Doctors Behaving Badly.
Most of the instances of medical malpractice I see in my practice are of the unintentional variety. Someone made a mistake that ended up hurting a patient. There is another variety of medical malpractice, however, and my partner and I … Read More