Archive for September, 2013

RI Injury Lawyers Release New Infographic on Common Causes of Healthcare Infections

d’oliveira & Associates has posted a new informational graphic about healthcare infections. The law firm works some of the more experienced medical malpractice lawyers and there is no fee unless a settlement or award is obtained. (PRWeb September 30, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11126316.htm

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Georgia Mulls Massive Changes To Medical Malpractice Laws

In a surprising alliance of typically opposing forces, a group of attorneys and doctors have come together to fight against a proposed sweeping change to Georgia’s medical malpractice laws. The change being considered by lawmakers would be the first of its kind and would remove all medical malpractice claims from the court system and instead [...]

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New York Car Accident Lawyer Adnan Munawar of Munawar & Andrews-Santillo LLP Comments on, Recent Study showing Soaring …

A recent study has identified a soaring increase in the number of cell phone-related pedestrian accidents. Munawar & Andrews-Santillo, LLP today released a statement commenting on the findings of the study. (PRWeb September 30, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/9/prweb11164108.htm

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VA's opiate overload feeds veterans' addictions, overdose deaths

Before dawn, a government van picked up paratrooper Jeffrey Waggoner for the five-hour drive to a Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in southern Oregon. His orders: detox from a brutal addiction to painkillers. He had only the clothes on his back, his watch, an MP3 player and a two-page pain contract the Army made him sign, a promise to get clean. But instead of keeping Waggoner away from …

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Medical mistakes are third-leading cause of death

Question: Has medical malpractice reform made us safer? Answer: The American tort system is a system based upon personal responsibility that has historically protected the general public by enforcing community safety standards.

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