US Law

Expansion of Medical Malpractice Suits: Is the Court Giving Patients Too Much Power?

by RyanD January 10, 2013 Clinical medical negligence

The debate over reform of the system under which people file claims and lawsuits for medical malpractice has raged on for decades with doctors and health care facilities, lawyers, insurance companies and patient advocacy groups all joining the fray at one point or another. If a doctor refers a patient to a specialist who commits […]

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C-Sections: Are You at Risk of Catching on Fire?

by Karla Somers November 7, 2012 Clinical medical negligence

Although it may sound far fetched, some women who have undergone a c-section have actually caught on fire as a result of this procedure. There are always risks with any type of surgery, but this particular risk is not one that is generally discussed in advance. It is always a good idea to know exactly […]

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Overlooked dental needs in rural America

by Cameron Tyler August 2, 2012 Medical Law

Dental health has long been one of the more overlooked aspects of healthcare in America and not having proper coverage is a big reason why. People who usually take a proactive approach to their healthcare will often overlook dental care because of the cost involved and the lack of available insurance. Having dental insurance greatly […]

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Careers in Education Law

by Paris July 28, 2011 Law

I am Paris Mitchell and a contributory guest columnist for various websites and communities including Oak View Law Group. I have completed my Masters in Finance and is currently working with an Investment company located in California. I have written some great articles on topics like debt relief, debt settlement, credit-card-debt-consolidation, credit-card-debt-relief, credit-card-debt-settlement, bankruptcy, working […]

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