Dealing with a Disability: How to Ensure You Are Getting the Right Help

by Lilly September 23, 2013 Medical Law

Do you have celiac disease? These days, it seems that more and more people are suffering from the gluten sensitivity disorder. Although most people (and employers) think of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) covering issues like wheelchair access and handicapped-accessible bathrooms, the act actually covers a lot more issues- even celiac disease. How does […]

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Common Malpractice Claims in the U.S.

by RyanD May 2, 2013 Law

Medical malpractice claims arise when patients suffer damages or injuries from mismanaged medical treatment or from a lack of treatment. The patients or their families may blame these problems on the medical personnel that tend to them. They believe, rightly or wrongly, that their medical caregivers have been negligent or have provided a poor quality […]

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Medical Negligence ‘to Blame for Rising Rate of Stillbirths in UK’

by Lanyon Bowdler Solicitors January 27, 2012 Claims Solicitors

Medical negligence is one of the main reasons behind the high rate of stillbirths and deaths within a few weeks of life, a new report has suggested. According to the Guardian, a study carried out by charity Sands found that in 2010, 4,110 children were stillborn, while 1,850 died within the first couple of days […]

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