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Child – Prenatal Misses and Errors

Medical errors sadly aren’t limited to adults. Children can be affected by medical negligence as can unborn children. Mistakes can be made during prenatal care that can have residual effects on your unborn child that can cause permanent damage or worse result in a loss of pregnancy. Once your child is born, mistakes can still … Continue reading Child – Prenatal Misses and Errors

Nursing home employee fired, charged after dancing on 100-year-old patient with dementia

SANDUSKY, OHIO (February 22, 2017) – A Sandusky, Ohio nursing home worker was caught on camera flashing a 100-year-old dementia patient and performing a lap dance for him. Brittany L. Fultz, 26, was charged with gross sexual imposition and fired from her job at The Commons of Providence after another employee recorded the incident and … Continue reading Nursing home employee fired, charged after dancing on 100-year-old patient with dementia

The Policymaker’s Guide to Options For Replacing the Cadillac Tax

By CRFB.org As policymakers debate repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA or “Obamacare”), disagreement remains over how to address the ACA’s “Cadillac tax.” Rather than repealing the 40 percent tax on high-cost insurance plans outright, many advocates of “repeal and replace” have proposed replacing it with a limit on the tax exclusion for[Read … Continue reading The Policymaker’s Guide to Options For Replacing the Cadillac Tax

Firearms Manufacturer Remington Recalls Model 700 and Model 7

Firearms Manufacturer Remington has recalled the Remington Model 700 and the Remington Model 7 rifles manufactured between May 1, 2006 and April 9, 2014.  The models eligible for the recall have the X-Mark Pro model trigger. There are approximately 7.5 million defective guns being used by consumers at the time of this posting. The recall … Continue reading Firearms Manufacturer Remington Recalls Model 700 and Model 7

Florida Supreme Court Rejects Rule Changes To Adopt Daubert Standard, Same Specialty Experts In Medical Malpractice Cases

In its opinion filed on February 16, 2017, the Supreme Court of Florida (“Florida Supreme Court”) considered legislative changes to the Florida Evidence Code and to section 766.102, Florida Statutes (2012), and declined to adopt, to the extent they are procedural,… Read More [Read More …] Source: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Blog

The Definitive Guide to Repealing & Replacing Obamacare

By MARGALIT GUR-ARIE “So how about it, Nash? You scared?” “Terrified… mortified… petrified… stupefied… by you.” (–A Beautiful Mind) Fear is now a sign that you are an intelligent, educated, open-minded and caring person. Being scared is incontestable proof that you have a beautiful heart. When it comes to your health, there is palpable terror[Read … Continue reading The Definitive Guide to Repealing & Replacing Obamacare

Cochlear Implant Malpractice in Maryland

Cochlear implants are supposed to provide relief to patients who are hearing impaired. Unfortunately, many times, cochlear implants end up causing more harm than good when they are negligently implanted. If you or someone close to you was harmed due to a cochlear implant, our experienced and reputable Baltimore medical malpractice attorneys can help you … Continue reading Cochlear Implant Malpractice in Maryland

Governor Rauner’s Budget Address Ignores Insurance Company Greed in Workers’ Comp Program

Last week, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner gave his annual budget address to the state. In the lengthy speech, Governor Rauner spent most of the time addressing the need for job creation in the state and the reasons for businesses leaving. Spending only one sentence of his entire address on workers’ compensation, Rauner stated that high workers’ comp … Continue reading Governor Rauner’s Budget Address Ignores Insurance Company Greed in Workers’ Comp Program