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How is Stroke Misdiagnosis Affecting Patients?

Misdiagnosis is extremely serious and can result in legal consequences. This Shaked Law Firm article provides insight on preventing stroke misdiagnosis.

Stroke misdiagnosis can cause fatal consequences for patients. Medically, a stroke is defined as a sudden death of brain cells due to lack of oxygen. When a stroke occurs, there is an interruption of blood flow to the brain. This results in abnormal functioning, painful, irreversible symptoms, and can be fatal. The cause of a stroke is usually an artery that ruptures or a blockage in brain vessels. Misdiagnosis is extremely serious and can result in legal consequences. This Shaked Law Firm article provides insight on preventing stroke misdiagnosis. Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States. Stroke...

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What is Negligent Security in Personal Injury Law?

What should I do if I find myself the victim of a Negligent Security accident? Shaked Law Firm answers this important question!

Victims of violent crime on someone else’s property must prove they took necessary steps to ensure adequate security of their person. Whether at their place of business or residence, personal safety is a large part of negligent security litigation. If there is proof the business or property owner is neglecting to inform employees or visitors of the property that the area has the potential for crime, they may be liable....

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What is a Florida Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

Within a Florida wrongful death lawsuit there's an ethical approach. The Shaked Law Firm covers everything related to these Personal Injury cases.

Within the scope of a wrongful death lawsuit there is an ethical approach. While a family can't put a dollar amount on their loss, there are still financial burdens that must be dealt with posthumously. For this reason, it’s important to obtain a Board Certified attorney to help navigate both the judicial and financial aspects of a wrongful death lawsuit....

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