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Articles in Channel: Personal Injury & Medical Law
Florida is a destination location for tourists, visitors, and families during Spring break and other times of the year. In most instances, a day outing to a beach, lake, river, ocean, or swimming pool is filled with fun and good times. However, at times, a simple day of fun and swimming can turn...
I am currently in Edinburgh, Scotland attending the The International Brain Injury Association’s 9th World Congress on Brain Injury. The World Congress on Brain Injury is an annual conference featuring lectures and educational seminars presented by world renowned doctors, lawyers, educators...
Episode Of Sexual Abuse By Nursing Home Employee With A Questionable Past Highlights The Need For Nationalized Database For Healthcare Workers
Like most perspective employees, people seeking a position in a nursing home likely fill out an application, perhaps submit a resume and answer a few questions from the facility administrator or other managerial employee. Pretty simple and matter of fact. In the majority of situations,...
Medical malpractice cases come in many forms. When categorizing the types of malpractice in common parlance, there is usually too much emphasis on the injury itself and less attention on the actual type of negligence alleged. In other words, two patients may file a medical malpractice lawsuit...
"Lost earning capacity is not a difficult concept to understand, but our friends in the defense bar sometimes are able to confuse judges and juries about what it means. The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit confronted in issue recently in a case involving Ohio tort...
There are excuses like “the dog ate my homework.” And then there is soon to be disbarred attorney Michael J. Brown's excuse for stealing and “loaning” to a buddy nearly $2 million from De Mon McClinton's minor guardianship that Brown...
I was thinking about this lately… if Warner & Zimmerle, or I personally had a motto as a lawyer… it would be: Don’t be a stereotype. It harkens back to Google’s motto - “don’t be evil“ Basically the point is … Continue reading →I was...
In the end, 68 people were sickened in the 2011 Taco Bell Salmonella outbreak. There have certainly been others, both outbreaks (see below) and other ill people in this outbreak, but that is the number of confirmed Salmonella enteritidis illnesses in this iteration of Salmonella...
This past Friday and Saturday, the American Association for Justice held its annual Litigating Traumatic Brain Injury Cases Seminar in Miami, Florida. I had the pleasure of co-chairing that conference with Kenneth Goldblatt, Esq. The program brought together some of the top physicians and trial...
A state report blames a nursing home that failed to supervise two residents who had a history of altercations with each other, for a fatal fight that killed one of the residents. Unfortunately, nursing home abuse situations often arise due to inadequate supervision of residents and/or...