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Nursing Malpractice

Medical Peer Review Privilege

October6
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All 50 states and the District of Columbia have a medical peer review statute. This privilege allows protection to medical facilities and doctors, preventing patients and their counsel from acquiring incident reports, reports to the hospital’s legal department, and other...

Can I Sue a Nursing Home for Bedsores?

August31
Can I Sue a Nursing Home for Bedsores

Bedsores, also called pressure sores or decubitus ulcers, can be very painful and serious. Sadly, this type of injury is very common among elderly hospital patients and residents of nursing homes. Nearly one-fourth of nursing home residents develop bedsores at...

Attorney Michael M. Wilson Assists with a Possible Case of Health Care Negligence

July7
Attorney Michael M. Wilson Assists with a Possible Case of Health Care Negligence

Attorney Michael M. Wilson assisted with the filing of a lawsuit on behalf of a mother acting for her child, a minor, who suffered from midgut volvulus just two days after birth. In the case, the plaintiffs are seeking at...

Understanding Nursing Malpractice

July19

Malpractice law does not just apply to doctors. Any medical professional who harms a patient through acts of negligence or carelessness opens themselves up to malpractice claims, including nurses. That said, the role a nurse plays in the healthcare process...

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