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  • Elder Abuse Lawyers

    How To Respond To Elder Abuse

    June 26, 2017 by James McHugh, Jr.| Elder abuse

    When we get older, we sometimes must rely on others to take care of us. Caregivers have a huge responsibility to ensure the people they look after are healthy and happy. Unfortunately, not all caregivers live up to this responsibility. Handling elder abuse can be extremely difficult for a family because there are many emotions involved. However, to best help your loved one, it is important to know how to respond to elder abuse.

  • Medical Malpractice Claims

    Top Ten Specialties With Medical Malpractice Claims

    Doctors have a huge responsibility to patients to provide a certain level of care. While most doctors live up to this responsibility, others negligently endanger their patients. However, according to a study published in The New England Journal of Medicine, some physician specialties are more likely to produce errors and medical malpractice claims than others.

  • Misdiagnosis Attorneys

    What Happens When An Artificial Intelligence Robot Gives A Misdiagnosis?

    Advances in medical technology can help cure diseases and save lives. However, with each new advance, legal issues arise that patients must consider before receiving treatment. One such advance is the artificial intelligence robot, which can analyze symptoms and determine a medical diagnosis. While this technology could prove to help improve healthcare worldwide, patients are wondering who is legally responsible if the robot gives a misdiagnosis.

  • gene testing

    Are Gene Testing Labs Liable For Medical Malpractice?

    Most people know that if a doctor or hospital makes a mistake, patients have a right to hold them liable for medical malpractice. However, as medical technology advances, patients are beginning to face the risk of medical malpractice from other types of medical facilities like gene testing labs.

  • Resident on Resident Abuse

    Resident on Resident Abuse: What Is A Nursing Home’s Responsibility?

    There are many threats your loved one can face in a nursing home. When these threats come from nursing home staff, the facility may be held liable for the damage and injuries caused by its employees. Unfortunately, residents in these facilities can also face threats from other residents, and many people are unaware of a nursing home’s responsibility in these situations.

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