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1 in 4 Medicare Patients Harmed in Hospital Stays

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General recently published a report on adverse events in hospitals. In particular, the report focused on adverse events involving…
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Is Sexual Misconduct by a Medical Professional Malpractice?

Healthcare providers commit sexual misconduct when they make unwelcome and/or inappropriate sexual contact or sexual comments with a patient. Sexual misconduct is a type of medical malpractice. Victims should contact…
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Photographic Evidence in a Personal Injury Case

Photographic and video graphic evidence is of enormous value in a personal injury case. The evidence can help a claims adjuster, or a jury understand how a particular accident occurred…
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Spoliation of Evidence in Personal Injury Cases

The “spoliation of evidence” refers to evidence in a case that has been damaged, destroyed, or lost for some reason. Spoliation can prove disastrous for a personal injury case since…
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