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When people hear the word “lawsuit,” typically they think of one plaintiff suing a single defendant. In reality, many lawsuits involve multiple defendants. Some lawsuits also involve multiple plaintiffs. In some cases, defendants have claims against one or more third parties who are not yet a part of the lawsuit. In order to file a…

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Organ transplants seem so commonplace today that nobody really gives them much thought – unless you or a family member is on one of those lists. If you are, it means a life or death race against time. Something some patients have much less of than others. That’s why there’s a priority list designating which…

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It is a generally accepted principle that the more you practice something the more you improve your performance. The same can be said for surgeons, and according to a new study by healthcare quality advocates LeapFrog, many hospitals fail to comply with the LeapFrog Group’s minimum volume standards for eight high-risk surgeries. The LeapFrog Group’s…

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We expect the medical professionals who take care of us to faithfully execute their responsibility to provide us with a proper duty of care. Unfortunately, doctors and other medical care providers make errors and sometimes these errors result in long term or irreparable harm to the patient. The term “never event” with respect to medical…

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More than 1.6 million patients in the U.S. each year are given a cancer diagnosis, according to the American Cancer Society. As an aggressive medical condition, cancer often spreads quickly. Survival of the condition often depends on early detection and effective treatment with the goal of removing the malignancy from the body. In too many…

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There are approximately 64 million surgical procedures performed each year in the U.S.; however surgical procedure regulation is still lacking. According to a Harvard professor, the absence of such regulation leads to surgical errors and other cases of physician negligence. In his article, published in the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, the professor…

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