Do You Have A Malpractice Claim For Negligent Hip Replacement Surgery?

The number of people living in the United States needing hip replacement surgery (also known as hip arthroplasty) has skyrocketed in recent years, jumping from 310,800 in 2010 to more than 450,000 per year in 2020 according to a report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The average age of patients undergoing hip … Read more

Why Are Nursing Homes So Vulnerable to Covid-19?

As we enter another winter with hospitals around the country still overwhelmed with patients suffering from COVID-19, our elderly loved ones residing in nursing homes are still in danger from this deadly virus. While nursing homes are no longer the epicenter of the pandemic as they were in April of 2020, nursing homes are still … Read more

Recovery From a D&C Hysteroscopy: Am I Bleeding Too Much?

A D&C procedure, short for dilation and curettage, is typically performed by an OBGYN to remove tissue from inside the uterus. A D&C can be performed for a variety of reasons, usually to diagnose and treat various conditions of the uterus. D&C procedures are often performed alongside the use of a hysteroscope. This thin instrument … Read more

What Are the Early Warning Signs of Appendicitis?

Appendicitis is an all too common condition, affecting 250,000 people every year. Appendicitis occurs in roughly 7% of people in the United States, with 1.1 cases per 1000 people reported annually. It’s fairly common knowledge that pain on the right side of your abdomen might mean trouble with the appendix, but there are many other … Read more

Are Slip and Fall Cases Difficult to Win

Winning a slip and fall personal injury case seems straightforward. If you are hurt through the negligence of another, you should receive just compensation, right? This should be easy to answer. But it’s often far different in practice. Any personal injury case rests on the victim’s ability to prove a defendant’s negligence. Due to the … Read more

Early Warning Signs of Internal Bleeding

After an accident, you may have external bleeding or injuries that are relatively easy to see and diagnose. But internal bleeding can also be occurring, and can be a much more insidious and dangerous type of injury. Any kind of internal bleeding can quickly become dangerous for the patient, so it’s important to receive prompt … Read more

What Really Went Wrong at the New Jersey Andover Nursing Home

The state of New Jersey has the unfortunate distinction of having the highest per capita death rate in the nation due to COVID-19 within its long-term care facilities. As of May 2021, over 8,000 people have died in New Jersey long-term care facilities due to COVID-19. One of the facilities that has come under repeated … Read more

The 3 Variants of Product Liability Cases

Consumers trust products that are widely available in the market. Many of these products are advertised on different multimedia platforms or are backed by a credible brand name. We don’t think twice before adding something to our cart if it showcases a known trademark that reflects quality. When we are looking to purchase a particular … Read more