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Blog Posts in January, 2015

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  • Proposed Changes in Massachusetts Medical Malpractice Procedure Up in the Air
    Proposed Changes in Massachusetts Medical Malpractice Procedure Up in the Air

    It is a well-known fact that sometimes a medical malpractice lawsuit can take years to complete from beginning to end. However, a new law in Massachusetts claims to reduce the number of times that ...

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  • Trial Set to Begin in Oregon Birth Injury Case
    Trial Set to Begin in Oregon Birth Injury Case

    Earlier this month in Marion County, Oregon, the parents of a child born with a preventable case of cerebral palsy began jury selection for the case against the hospital where their son was born. ...

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  • Doctor Continues to Practice Despite Links to Several Treatment Deaths
    Doctor Continues to Practice Despite Links to Several Treatment Deaths

    Doctors are responsible for the wellbeing of their patients. This duty of care extends well after the patient leaves the physician’s office. One Florida doctor is in the process of learning that ...

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  • Baby Severely Injured in Botched Water Birth; Parents File Lawsuit Seeking $35 Million
    Baby Severely Injured in Botched Water Birth; Parents File Lawsuit Seeking $35 Million

    Earlier this year, the parents of a baby boy severely injured during a water birth filed a lawsuit against the hospital system where the baby was born. According to one local news report , the child ...

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  • What Is Cerebral Palsy and How is it Caused?
    What Is Cerebral Palsy and How is it Caused?

    Cerebral palsy is a medical term used to describe a broad group of disorders that limit the movement in certain parts of the body due to problems with the development of the brain, either in the womb ...

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  • Wrongful Death Claim Allowed to Proceed, Despite Potential Notice Defect
    Wrongful Death Claim Allowed to Proceed, Despite Potential Notice Defect

    When a plaintiff decides to name a defendant in a lawsuit, that plaintiff must show the court that he or she served the defendant with notice of the suit. This is a strict procedural requirement that, ...

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