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Negligent Security: After Injury, How Does a Plaintiff Prove Fault?

Negligent security can happen to anyone, anywhere. None of us are immune to this dangerous mistake business and property owners make, and we can all pay for this carelessness at any given time. When one is hired to do a job, or has reason to be at a residence or business, their safety must be ensured. Accidental shootings, stabbings, and assaults resulting in permanent injury and fatalities are more likely happen when a business owner or landlord fails to secure their property.  These business owners and landlords must put the safety of their customers, employees, and tenants above all...

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Moving This Summer? Here’s What You Need to Know About Moving Truck Safety!

Summer is just weeks away and the kids are out of school, work might be winding down for the season, and you’re planning that big move to your dream home. The boxes are packed, the kids are excited about new adventures, and you? You’re just stressed out! Because let’s face it: moving is a hassle. Picking up the family and moving to a brand new house whether it’s one mile or a thousand miles away is a pain. The last thing you need is a problem with the moving truck. Unfortunately accidents happen, but you can be as prepared...

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Medical Malpractice: What Happens After Misdiagnosis, Negligence in the Healthcare Profession? Part 2

In Part 1 of our What Happens After Misdiagnosis series, we began to explain to the reader exactly why negligence leading to a medical misdiagnosis can cause as much injury to the patient as something physical, such as a surgical error. We also looked at the specific criteria that needs to be met in order to bring a medical malpractice lawsuit.

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Medical Malpractice: What Happens After Misdiagnosis, Negligence in the Healthcare Profession? Part 1

When it comes to medical malpractice, it’s not always a surgical error or a visible, physical injury that a jury can see. In fact, this is not the number one cause for a medical malpractice claim. There are the rare instances where a surgical tool is left inside the patient’s body, or a surgeon performed a procedure they were not qualified to perform, resulting in serious bodily injury to the patient. However, more than likely if a patient chooses to pursue a medical malpractice claim, it’s due to misdiagnosis.


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