Mar 10, 2021

Are Legal Malpractice Settlements Taxable?

Lawyers may be liable for legal malpractice if they mishandle any type of legal claim – such as an accident claim, a divorce case, real estate matters, tax issues, or other causes. Experienced legal malpractice lawyers work with lawyers and other professionals to show that your lawyer was negligent, and that the lawyer’s negligence caused [...]

Mar 3, 2021

Who Is Responsible if I Have an Allergic Reaction to the COVID-19 Vaccine?

As the coronavirus pandemic continues into 2021, experts predict the spread of the virus will only slow once a vaccine is readily available and administered to the general population. As the vaccine rollout goes into effect throughout the United States, millions of citizens are in line for vaccination against the COVID-19 virus. The great majority [...]

Feb 17, 2021

Surgical Robots Are Here to Stay, Despite Lingering Concerns

What used to be routine but complicated medical tasks undertaken by human beings may soon be performed by moving, talking computerized devices. The future has been arriving in the medical field for some time but it seems that the machines are truly getting ready to take over, and that will create medical liability for a [...]

Feb 10, 2021

New Breakthrough In Traumatic Brain Injury Diagnosis

Medical device manufacturer Abbott recently received FDA clearance for the first handheld rapid blood test for concussions. This device is portable, provides information in 15 minutes, and can reduce the number of unnecessary CT scans for victims of head and brain injuries. Medical professionals and experts are hoping this new diagnostic tool will help save [...]

Feb 3, 2021

Can the Use of Artificial Intelligence Reduce Malpractice Liability?

A recently published study found that physicians who follow recommendations from artificial intelligence (AI) software may be more shielded from liability than previously thought. Past research has indicated that laypeople (i.e., the general public) are resistant to AI, but this study shows that potential jurors are actually not strongly opposed to a physician’s acceptance of [...]

Jan 20, 2021

Six Mistakes That Can Lead to Legal Malpractice

A career in the legal industry requires a high degree of professionalism, as well as adherence to certain rules and regulations. If an attorney fails to meet the standards of their industry and their client suffers  as a result, the attorney may be held liable for legal malpractice. Legal malpractice typically occurs when a lawyer’s [...]

Dec 16, 2020

Misdiagnosing Cancer in the Wake of Coronavirus

It is safe to say that there is plenty of worry to go around these days particularly when it comes to your health. Staying vigilant about what even a sniffle could mean has become second nature to most of us. When you finally do decide it’s time to seek medical care, you expect to come [...]

Dec 9, 2020

The Considerable Impact of Birth Injuries on Your Family

When you are getting ready to give birth you are fully focused on everything you have to look forward to after your child enters the world. There will be so much to do once you get through the birthing process and bring your sweet bundle of joy home. Few parents are prepared for how it [...]

Nov 11, 2020

Understanding the Causes and Risks of a Small Bowel Obstruction

All you want to do when you’re having a medical crisis is to feel better. When you enter the door to a hospital, it’s rarely a choice you had to think about for very long because you’re reached a point of needing expert medical care. You don’t scrutinize every decision a doctor or surgeon may [...]

Oct 28, 2020

What Kinds of Experts Testify in a Medical Malpractice Case?

When you’ve been injured by a medical professional, their very first reaction isn’t to apologize, In fact, most have been taught not to do that as it can be construed as admitting fault. Instead, you’ll encounter roadblocks to learning the truth about what went wrong. If the harm that you suffered caused permanent damage or [...]

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