Do You Have A Case For Negligent Carpal Tunnel Surgery?

Carpal tunnel release surgery is the most common hand surgery performed in the United States. Serious complications are rare but can be life-altering. Because of the low rate of complications, if you suffered a major injury during carpal tunnel release surgery there is a decent chance that it was caused by the negligence of the … Read more

Who Is At Fault For Poor Road Conditions?

Poor road conditions are a common hazard many drivers face. These hazards include potholes, shoulder drop-off, construction zone, icy roads, snowy roads, and wet roads. These hazards can sometimes cause serious injuries. When poor road conditions cause an injury, a governmental entity such as the city, county, or state, who are charged with maintaining the … Read more

Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case If Your Bowel Is Injured During Surgery?

Injuries to the large and small bowel can result in extended hospital stays, disability, and even death. The evaluation of these cases is difficult because of the wide variety of fact patterns that can be presented, the numerous issues that must be considered in the analysis, and the reality that bowel injuries, no matter how … Read more

Do You Have A Malpractice Case For Poor Emergency Room Care?

Medical error is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. These errors are not limited to those patients admitted to the hospital but can occur in the emergency room as well. In fact they can occur before a patient is even seen by a doctor. In the ER setting typically the … Read more