Posts Categorized: Medical Malpractice Attorneys

Can 3D-Printed Organ Replicas Help Train Better Surgeons?

Before a student can become a surgeon, they typically spend months conducting mock surgeries on human cadavers. Unfortunately, surgical students aren’t guaranteed to see specific conditions or diseases during the course of their cadaver studies. Rather, it’s the luck of the draw. Medical cadavers are also in relatively short supply. In some cases, students have… Read more »

Lead Exposure Prevention Tips

Steering clear of lead is something that will benefit a person’s entire life- particularly children, who are still growing and developing. To date, there have been no recorded “safe” levels of lead in the bloodstream. Even the smallest amounts can have an effect on your IQ, attention span, and your ability to achieve academically. Young… Read more »

The Importance of Routine Checkups

When you were a child going to elementary school you would have to have a physical or wellness check ups every year. This was not because they wanted to know how tall you were but to make sure you were in good health. When you are young your body changes often and it is important… Read more »

Medical Malpractice and Giving Birth

pregnancy and medical malpractice

Giving birth can be scary – women know that there are a lot of things that could potentially go wrong. This is why women need a doctor they trust and they feel is competent. Here are a couple of things that your medical malpractice case could involve when it comes to delivering your baby: –Any… Read more »

Medical Malpractice Timeline

The medical malpractice timeline in most cases is 2.5 years from the date of malpractice or from the end of a continuous treatment that caused you harm.  Before even worrying about the timeframe you need to find a lawyer. Medical malpractice cases are not something a person should take on alone. Lawyers will do the leg… Read more »