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Medical Malpractice Cases based on Surgical Errors

Medical malpractice cases based in surgical errors occur again, more frequently than people probably realize. The important thing on a medical malpractice case involving a surgical error is to make sure that all the medical records are compiled, organized and reviewed by a proper surgical expert. Again, I’ve been doing this for 25 years. I Read More

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Medical Malpractice Cases based on Medication Errors

Many medication errors occurred more than people realize and usually, they happen with the pharmacist and sometimes with the primary physician where they prescribed the wrong medication. Sometimes it doesn’t occur on the doctor’s end. Sometimes it occurs somewhere between when the doctor wrote a prescription until it got to the pharmacist. Usually, what happens Read More

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Medical Malpractice Cases based on Diagnostic Studies

A very viable medical malpractice cases always one involving in faulty diagnosis by a doctor, hospital or facility. Sometimes it occurs doctors or facilities misdiagnose its patient’s conditions. A typical could be a misdiagnosis of cancer. Many families come and see me all the time when they say all the doctor misdiagnosed something other than Read More

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Medical Malpractice Cases based on Delay

Medical malpractice cases based on delay are, again, all malpractice cases are difficult. They can be one. They have to be worked up properly. That’s why it’s important to get the right malpractice firm. But delaying treatment is recoverable if you can prove through expert testimony that the delay in the services that should’ve been Read More

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Importance of Duty and Breach of Duty

In medical malpractice cases, we’re always dealing with the standard of care. What the standard of care is a set of duties and responsibilities that the doctor has to you as their patient in which they need to follow in order to get the best result for you as their patient. If we can establish Read More

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Statutes of Limitations Differences between Children and Adults

The statute of limitations in Rhode Island will not begin to run for any individual if they’re found to be incompetent of haven’t reached the age of majority. So obviously, when you’re dealing with a minor who’s involved in an automobile accident case or some other personal injury case, the statute of limitation to file Read More

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