New Study Reveals Common Types of Medical Malpractice Misdiagnoses

A new study by the prestigious Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a data analytics business (CRICO Strategies) based in Boston analyzed the main causes of medical diagnostic errors. The study focused on three severe medical illnesses- cancers, infections, and vascular events (heart attacks and strokes). The researchers studied the top five conditions that…

Read More

Childbirth and Long-Term Trauma Often Go Hand in Hand

Every mother worries about how the delivery of the newborn will go. The prayer is that the child will be perfect and lead a happy life. The worry is that numerous things can go wrong in the delivery room. When OB/GYNs, midwives, or others involved in the birth process make mistakes or fail to communicate…

Read More

Why Are Rollover Accidents So Dangerous?

Many larger vehicles are susceptible to rolling over if the driver goes too fast, takes a turn too fast, or hist a bad patch of ice. SUVs and CUVs, Jeeps, ATVs, and many trucks are more likely to roll over than passenger cars. A rollover can cause the vehicle to land on its roof, side,…

Read More

A Glossary of Personal Injury Terms

Legal words and phrases can be very confusing. Accident victims often don’t even hear many of these words and terms until after they’ve been injured, even though judges, other lawyers, and insurance adjusters use these terms on a regular basis. Knowing what these terms and phrases mean can help you better understand what your attorney…

Read More

Workplace Injuries That Could Require Surgery

Each day millions of Americans go to work without a second thought. This is part of your routine, and you never expect to have a life-altering injury while at the workplace. However, this is far too common. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 48,060 injuries required time off from work in 2016, with 697…

Read More