Do You Have a Malpractice Case for Your Doctor Stopping Your Blood Thinners Such As Coumadin?

Blood thinners, also known as anti-coagulants, serve the important function of preventing your blood from clotting, or prevent existing clots from getting bigger. Blood thinners do not make your blood thinner or break up existing clots. Instead they keep your blood from getting thicker and forming new clots, or slow down the growth of existing … Read more

Do You Have A Nursing Home Case if Your Family Member Is Injured Falling Out Of Bed?

Unfortunately, injuries are a part of life and also occur in nursing homes where we place loved ones to be safe if they can no longer live or care for themselves. However they also serve as rehabilitation centers for everyday people recovering from major surgery. One of these unfortunate injuries that can occur is falling … Read more

Do You Have A Case When A Doctor Or Nurse Does Not Listen To Your Complaints?

Whether it is a triage nurse in the emergency room, a nurse practitioner at your family practice, a physician’s assistant, or a medical doctor, it is critical for whomever is providing you with medical care to get an accurate idea of what ailments you may have and what tests to run confirm what is going … Read more

Do You Have A Case For A Faulty Knee Replacement Surgery?

In more than 95% of patients a knee replacement will last up to 15 – 20 years without issue.  Unfortunately, there are times when patients have significant complications following a procedure for total knee replacement soon after that surgery.  This can lead to the need for additional surgeries (called revision surgeries). It can also result … Read more

What Do You Do If You Are Injured at Someone’s Home or Business?

Business and private property owners in Pennsylvania are legally bound to ensure that their properties are safe for visitors. Generally, when injured on another property due to the owner’s negligence, the owner can be liable for a person’s injuries depending on whether the injured person is an invitee, licensee, or trespasser. These three classes of … Read more