Do You Have A Strong Medical Malpractice Case?

Careless conduct which caused the injury or death of a person is the basic ingredient in a strong medical malpractice case. In some cases, they may be some “malpractice” from the subjective point of view but if the conduct didn’t cause any injury, it is not a strong point for the legal system. On the other hand, there are instances that didn’t incur any damages, but there is in fact a medical malpractice. These may not be considered as strong cases though. The past history of damage are not what interests the jury, they do become interested if there is a personal permanent injury or...

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Was Your Stroke Treated in Time to Minimize Disability?

Much has been done in medical emergency systems to get appropriate diagnosis, timely interventions, and progressive care in order to minimize disabling conditions and decrease death from stroke.  Ralph Sacco MD, the President of the American Heart Association, spoke to recent data on strokes during a recent video commentary.  While Mr. Sacco acknowledges the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention) confirmed that in 2010 stroke dropped from third to fourth leading cause of death in America per the NCHS (National Center for Health Statistics), stroke remains the leading cause of...

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