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  • Pennsylvania Hospital Negligence Lawyers

    A Hospital’s Responsibility To Clean

    While medically necessary, hospitals can be very dangerous places for patients. Because of the nature of a hospital, there are many germs and bacteria present that are not normally found in other environments. Unfortunately, hospitals are also home to people with compromised immune systems, and they face a serious infection risk when hospitals are not properly cleaned.

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    Nursing Home Residents Are Losing Privacy Rights

    Residents in nursing homes face a number of dangers. Constant supervision is required to keep residents safe and healthy. Residents rely on workers in nursing home facilities for some of their most basic needs. However, these individuals don’t always treat residents with respect, and an increasing number of nursing home residents are losing their privacy rights from intrusive staff.

  • Lawyers For Medical Mistakes

    Patients At Risk After New Shift Rule

    Getting a good night’s sleep is incredibly important, particularly for healthcare professionals who are charged with looking after sick patients. Unfortunately, a new rule from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education who oversees work standards for medical school graduates will put patients at risk by allowing first year medical residents to work up to 24 consecutive hours in one shift. Previously, these doctors were only allowed to work up to 16 hours at a time, but an additional eight hours could have devastating consequences for patients.

  • Nursing Home Elopement Lawyers

    A Nursing Home’s Responsibility Regarding Wandering and Elopement

    Nursing home residents face a variety of dangers, and sometimes the residents cause the biggest dangers for themselves. Residents suffering from Alzheimer’s, dementia, or another mental illnesses need around the clock care to ensure they are being taken care of. For patients with mental illness, their confusion can sometimes cause them to roam around the facility or even leave the facility, exposing them to numerous dangers.

  • Lawyers For Delivery Mistakes

    C-Section Rates Vary Wildly From Hospital To Hospital

    Every year, approximately one out of every three babies born in America are delivered via a cesarean section, commonly known as a C-section. This amounts to nearly 1.3 children delivered by C-section each year, making C-sections the most common major surgery performed in the U.S. Although many children are born by C-section, the C-section rates vary wildly from hospital to hospital, making a woman’s choice of hospital for delivery incredibly important.

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