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  • Suing for Shoulder Dystocia & Related Injuries

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 29-Jun-2018

    What Is Shoulder Dystocia? Shoulder dystocia happens when a baby is being born and the head has surfaced but the shoulder is blocked by the mother’s pelvic bone, preventing complete delivery without specialized assistance. This can cause paralysis, brain damage, permanent disabilities, and other serious birth injuries if the rest of the delivery is not handled with extreme caution. Is ...
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  • Kubota Faces Class-Action Lawsuit Over Defective Vehicles

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 14-Jun-2018

    Environmentally friendly vehicle wiring with a soy- and/or bio-based coating may be too tempting for rodents to resist. A new class-action lawsuit demands that the Kubota Tractor Corporation pick up the tab for damages caused by gnawing mice, rabbits and squirrels, who are attracted to these parts. The breach of warranty lawsuit, filed in Alabama, is a result of the manufacturer’s goal of ...
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  • What You Need to Know About Emergency Room Negligence

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 13-Jun-2018

    Medical Malpractice in the Emergency Room When you go to the emergency room, you expect to get better. Unfortunately, many people go to the emergency room and are met with further injury, worsened illness, and more expensive medical problems than before. How does this happen? Negligence, reckless decision-making, and failure to follow appropriate protocol are often the culprits when emergency room ...
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  • Suing for Anesthesia Errors

    Posted By Golomb & Honik, P.C. || 11-Jun-2018

    Common Anesthesia Errors Sometimes doctors, anesthesiologists, and other hospital staff fail to follow proper protocol when administering anesthesia or monitoring anesthetized patients. These mistakes can result in a wide range of problems, including: Allergic reaction to the anesthetic Anesthesia awareness (or waking up) during a procedure Brain damage Coma Damage to the teeth, throat, larynx, or ...
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