The American Board of Trial Advocates Welcomes Francis V. “Frank” Cristiano as a Member

December 20, 2016

Since 1957, the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) has been a prestigious, by invitation only organization, with membership based upon actual and proven trial experience with regard to civil trials taken to jury verdicts, as well as on a demonstrated commitment and adherence to the ethics and ideals of…
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Emergency Room Mistakes: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 3)

November 5, 2014

Concluding our three-part blog series Emergency Room Mistakes: 6 Facts to Know, below we will discuss some final facts about this type of malpractice, as well as what options injured people may have when they’ve been the target of emergency room mistakes. Final Important Facts about Emergency Room Mistakes… Fact…
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Emergency Room Mistakes: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 2)

October 31, 2014

Picking up from where Emergency Room Mistakes: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 1) left off, below we will continue to highlight some important info regarding this prevalent type of medical malpractice. More Important Info about Emergency Room Mistakes… Fact 3 – Misdiagnoses are the most common types of emergency room…
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Emergency Room Mistakes: 6 Facts to Know (Pt. 1)

October 26, 2014

Emergency rooms are inherently hectic, fast-paced environments, as decisions and medical care need to happen quickly to prevent serious complications to people’s health. Despite the fact that we may rely on emergency rooms for immediate medical care, unfortunately, these facilities can also be environments that are rife with mistakes, medical…
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At Least 4 Killed by Defective Takata Airbags, 7.8M Vehicles Recalled

October 21, 2014

Defective Takata airbags are currently at the center of public scrutiny, as reports have recently surfaced that these defective airbags have killed at least 4 people and injured at least 137 others in the U.S. As U.S. regulators attempt to dial in the scope of the fatalities and injuries caused…
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Diagnostic Errors and Malpractice Cases: FAQs (Pt. 3)

October 15, 2014

Concluding our blog series Diagnostic Errors and Malpractice Cases: FAQs, here we will respond to some final questions that are commonly asked when people are considering moving forward with diagnostic errors cases. More Answers Regarding Diagnostic Errors Cases… Q – Should I just accept a settlement offer now? A –…
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Diagnostic Errors and Malpractice Cases: FAQs (Pt. 2)

October 8, 2014

Continuing from where Diagnostic Errors and Malpractice Cases: FAQs (Pt. 1) left off, here are some more answers to common questions about diagnostic errors cases. Q – What type of compensation can I expect from my malpractice case? A – Various types of compensation, with the specific types and amount…
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Diagnostic Errors and Malpractice Cases: FAQs (Pt. 1)

October 1, 2014

Diagnostic errors – including the failure to diagnose or misdiagnosing a condition – are among the most common forms of medical malpractice. While such mistakes can lead to people’s conditions getting worse and possibly progressing to less treatable stages, in the worst cases, diagnostic errors can result in potentially life-threatening…
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Nursing Home Abuse Statistics: The Prevalence of Nursing Home Abuse in the U.S. (Pt. 3)

September 24, 2014

Here is the conclusion to our blog series Nursing Home Abuse Statistics: The Prevalence of Nursing Home Abuse in the U.S. More Statistics for Nursing Home Abuse among the Impaired Of all of the impairments that residents may be living with, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease tend to be the most…
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Nursing Home Abuse Statistics: The Prevalence of Nursing Home Abuse in the U.S. (Pt. 2)

September 18, 2014

In continuation of Nursing Home Abuse Statistics: The Prevalence of Nursing Home Abuse in the U.S. (Pt. 1), here, we will resume our discussion of the incidence of abuse in American nursing homes. While the first part of this blog disclosed some general facts about the elderly population in the…
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