Lots of Malpractice Out There.
I have spoken to or reviewed records for thousands of patients over the years I have been representing people injured by medical malpractice. I have also read a lot of articles about the incidence of medical malpractice. I can say … Read More
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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
Posted in Arizona Medical Board, Blood Clots, blood infections, Board Certification, Doctors, heart attack, Hip Replacement, Hospital Negligence, Hospitals, Infection, joint replacement, Medical Devices, Medicare, Nurses, Obesity, Orthopedics, Pulmonary Embolism, Sepsis, Surgical Errors
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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Hospital Ratings Can Be Misleading.
When it comes to hospital ratings, don’t believe everything you read. While I am a big proponent of doing some research about hospitals before being admitted to see if this is a place I want to go, not all hospital … Read More
Medical Record Confidentiality.
As patients, we have an expectation that our medical records will remain confidential. After all, there are few records more personal than our medical records, which may describe the most intimate details of our personal lives. Confidentiality is important to … Read More
Why I Couldn’t Take Your Medical Malpractice Case.
I had the opportunity recently to speak with a woman who believed she had been the victim of medical malpractice in connection with a repair of her hip. She had sent me a detailed description of what had happened to … Read More
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Never Let A Good Crisis Go To Waste.
The Covid-19 pandemic has upended many aspects of our individual lives and the economic life of our country as well. We will be adjusting to its effects for many years to come. Some businesses are looking to use the emergency … Read More
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Another Sad Result of the Coronavirus
Given the terrible effects of the Coronavirus on patients and their families throughout the world and the damage done to our economy and that of the rest of the world, it is hard to imagine how much more damage it … Read More
Posted in Doctors, Hospital Negligence, Hospitals, medical errors, Medical Malpractice, medical malpractice cases, medical malpractice claims, medical malpractice lawsuits, medical mistakes, Nurses, plaintiff, trial, Verdicts
Why Your Local Non-Profit Hospital Makes So Much Money.
We are all familiar with non-profit hospitals. They are pillars of the community. They may provide free or nearly free care to the needy or they may do free medical research for the public good. The one thing they don’t … Read More
Thank You, Doctors, Nurses and Other Health Care Providers
In this blog, I often point out deficiencies in the health care system. Only by recognizing these deficiencies can we hope to improve the system. It is important, however, to recognize that most doctors, nurses and associated providers are good … Read More