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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | August 12, 2016

What Are Cerebrovascular Accidents?

What you need to know about cerebral accidents and failure to diagnose stroke cases

If a doctor said that you or a loved one experienced a cerebrovascular accident, you might be confused.

It’s very possible that you weren’t in an accident – the kind you usually think of, anyway – at all. No car crash, no workplace injury, no fall. Just sudden and worrying symptoms that

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | April 24, 2015

Dismissive Doctors Give New Meaning to Medical Neglect

Healthcare has become such an ordeal today that for many patients, doctors’ dismissive attitudes undermine whatever benefit they should get from going to the doctor. This trend isn’t just frustrating – it’s dangerous.

Your doctor should listen to your concerns and your account of your symptoms and explain to you what different diagnoses and test results mean. As a patient, you deserve nothing less. If a doctor

Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer | April 9, 2015

The 7 Most Bizarre Cancer Symptoms You’ll Probably Ignore

There are some symptoms that we all – hopefully – know could indicate cancer: excessive tiredness and fatigue, the development of strange lumps on the breast or elsewhere on the body.  However, not every cancer symptom is obvious. Some are seemingly minor signs that you might chalk up to another, less serious cause. Others might be so mild that you don’t notice them at all.

Knowing these

Drug Risks, Medical Malpractice, Medical Malpractice Lawyer, Personal Injury | September 10, 2014

Does Pot Save Lives? Prescription Painkiller Deaths Decline in Medical Marijuana States

Which drug is more dangerous, one that remains illegal in much of the country or one that’s prescribed by a doctor and taken as instructed? When the drugs in question are marijuana for medical purposes versus powerfully addictive opioid painkillers like hydrocodone and oxycodone, there’s evidence that one of these drugs is significantly less risky than the other. You might not often hear “saving lives” as an