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  • Military Vets to Get New Legal Guidance for Medical Malpractice Claims
    Military Vets to Get New Legal Guidance for Medical Malpractice Claims

    A newly signed law that just passed the first week of 2021 will make it easier for United States Armed Forces veterans to file certain medical malpractice claims . The Brian Tally VA Employment ...

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  • Did Your Doctor Forget to Order These Common Diagnostic Tests?
    Did Your Doctor Forget to Order These Common Diagnostic Tests?

    Diagnostic tests are important tools that a medical doctor can order or use to get more information about a patient’s symptoms. When used correctly, they can be the difference between a patient ...

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  • Study Finds Correlation Between Medical Malpractice & Imaging Tests
    Study Finds Correlation Between Medical Malpractice & Imaging Tests

    Doctors will not always be 100% accurate when reaching a diagnosis, but they are expected to always use all available tools within reason to come to a conclusion. For example, medical imaging tests ...

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  • Common Signs of Birth Injuries New Parents Should Look For
    Common Signs of Birth Injuries New Parents Should Look For

    When an infant suffers an injury or disability before, during, or shortly after being born, it is called a birth injury . Obviously, newborns cannot tell others if they are experiencing any sort of ...

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  • Did Your Spine Surgery Go as Well as the Doctor Claimed?
    Did Your Spine Surgery Go as Well as the Doctor Claimed?

    When spine surgery goes correctly, it can help restore a patient’s mobility and ease chronic pain. When it goes incorrectly, the patient can experience new or worsened pain and debilitation. However, ...

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  • Can You Sue a Hospital for Emergency Room Mistakes?
    Can You Sue a Hospital for Emergency Room Mistakes?

    In the average emergency room and at any given hour, the scene is hectic. Patients are rolled in sometimes without any notice to the practicing doctors, nurses, and surgeons, and often in harrowing ...

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