Analysis of a Recent Large Medical Malpractice Verdict
I recently wrote that most large medical malpractice verdicts share some things in common. Here is a recent Idaho verdict that demonstrates the point. An ischemic stroke is one in which blood flow to the brain is interrupted by a … Read More
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The Most Dangerous Operation
What is the price of beauty? If you think that beauty includes a well-shaped rear end, the answer may be your life. According to the statistics, the Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL), a form of gluteoplasty also known as gluteal fat … Read More
Medical Malpractice and Quadriplegia.
Over the years, I have handled a number of cases in which the patient successfully underwent surgery only to become paralyzed in the hours and days after leaving the operating room. In each of these cases, the patient should not … Read More
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Blood Clots Are On The Rise.
In so many ways our bodies are wondrous machines that work nearly flawlessly for decades before they finally wear out or something goes wrong. Over millions of years, the process of evolution tried out various strategies and discarded the ones … Read More
“Time Is Brain.”
“Time is brain” is what neurologists and neurosurgeons say to emphasize the importance of seeking prompt treatment in the event of a stroke. There are two types of strokes and they can both be terrible. The first type is the … Read More
One consequence of our lengthening life spans is that we are wearing out our original equipment. Our knees and hips were not intended to last 60 or 70 years. They certainly weren’t intended to support the heavy bodies so many … Read More
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Coronavirus Complicates Malpractice Cases.
To the list of the many, many damaging effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, you can add that it makes medical malpractice cases more difficult. In order to successfully pursue a medical malpractice claim, a patient must prove that the health … Read More
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Pulmonary Embolism and the Coronavirus.
According to the medical experts, one of the possible consequences of the novel coronavirus infection is the formation of blood clots. That makes this a good time to discuss pulmonary embolism, one of the more frequent causes of death resulting … Read More
Pulmonary Embolism and Medical Malpractice
Pulmonary embolism is a medical condition in which blood clots form in the return, or venous, circulation and are passed by the heart into the lungs where they interfere with oxygen exchange. The larger the clot or the greater the … Read More
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