Medical Malpractice

Kentucky Medical Review Panels Deemed Unconstitutional

In a great ruling for the people of Kentucky and the preservation of our fundamental right to trial by jury, the Kentucky Supreme...
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Medical Review Panels in Kentucky On Life Support

Kentucky's new medical review panels are only one year old, but they have already accomplished their primary goal: to delay malpractice claims and...
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Corporate Greed Affects Quality of Care in Some Nursing Homes

When you place the care of a loved one in the hands of a nursing home, one must have investigated them thoroughly to...
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Can Bedsores Be Prevented?

One of the most common signs that a nursing home resident may be suffering from neglect is the development of bedsores, or pressure...
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Preventable Medical Errors in Hospitals Third Leading Cause of Death in U. S.

Patient safety should be the top priority of hospitals but recent studies show hospitals may be some of the deadliest places you can...
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Spinal Fusion Surgery: On the Rise but Often Not Necessary

One of the most common complaints doctors hear from their patients involves low back pain.  Results from a 6-month CBS investigative report of...
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New CDC Report Finds 1 in 25 Adult Patients Acquires an Infection While in the Hospital

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently published a study in the New England Journal of Medicine that found one in...
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Newly Graduated Pediatrician Dies from Alleged “Wholly Preventable” Malpractice

Medical malpractice comes in many forms – from misdiagnosis to failure to diagnose – and it can affect anyone. A medical malpractice lawsuit...
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Family Awarded $55M in Medical Malpractice Birth Injury Lawsuit

Unexpected birth injuries caused by medical malpractice can change a family’s life forever – in the course of only a few moments. That’s...
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Dialysis Warning about GranuFlo and NaturaLyte use

The dialysis products GranuFlo® and NaturaLyte® have been connected to an increased risk of cardiopulmonary arrest and sudden cardiac death. Click here for...
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