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April 2018 Archives

Failure to diagnose sepsis can be deadly

When your body develops an infection, the infection can usually be treated by a simple regimen of antibiotics. You simply go to your doctor, receive a prescription and take the medication as prescribed. But not all infections are this easy to treat. Some can have serious complications.

Mobile Crisis Unit's Failure to Adequately Assess Patient Leads to Stabbings

Medical Malpractice Settlement for Several Million Dollars

Our clients' son started to exhibit bizarre behavior, seclusion, and violent threats and ideations. Worried, our clients contacted a mobile crisis unit for a psychological evaluation. The mobile crisis unit visited with our clients' son who became angry and upset. The unit did not asses our clients' son for lethality or potential danger, instead telling our clients to keep monitoring their son and to call the crisis unit back if he exhibited dangerous or lethal behavior.

Cerebral palsy and medical malpractice: what you should know

An estimated 746,000 adults and children suffer from cerebral palsy, and about 8,000 infants are diagnosed with it each year. It is an incurable disorder, and those diagnosed with it may have difficulty standing, balancing, moving, breathing, swallowing, communicating, sleeping, and even learning. What is cerebral palsy? And how is it related to medical malpractice?

Distracted driving remains a top safety concern

Ever since cellphones hit the market, distracted driving has been a persistent safety hazard on the country's roadways. Pennsylvania is no exception: Sometimes, it seems nearly impossible to drive without spotting another motorist texting, talking on the phone or using their smartphone for some other purpose.

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