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September 2013 Archives

Medical malpractice case dismissed on technicality

As every attorney knows, details are extremely important in a court of law. Legal procedures must be followed when pursuing a case, and they must be followed to the letter. This isn't due to overregulation - it's a matter of constitutional rights. By following due process, attorneys and judges ensure that neither the plaintiff's nor the defendant's rights are violated during the court proceedings.

Medication errors attributed to Pennsylvania health records

Electronic health records, or EHRs, are a form of digitized medical records that are intended to allow physicians to access a patient's medical history quickly and from any room in the building. The transition from paper records to EHRs has been lauded by hospital administrators and politicians alike as a way to cut costs, improve efficiency and prevent medical errors.

Pennsylvania family wins nursing home negligence case

When a family member enters an assisted living facility, we expect that they will be well cared for. After all, assisted living facilities have a responsibility to ensure the health and wellbeing of their residents. Sometimes, however, nursing home employees fail to uphold this responsibility. In these cases, residents often suffer under the improper care offered to them. All too often, the results are fatal.

Man receives $4M in medical malpractice case

As far as medical procedures go, caring for skin complaints is a fairly run-of-the-mill operation. Few go in to have a cyst or boil removed thinking that they will suffer lasting injuries. But as one Pennsylvania man's experience shows, even common operations have risks, and a simple surgical mistake can lead to a lifetime of suffering.

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