Surgical Errors and Informed Consent

Surgical errors are often the subject of medical malpractice lawsuits. However, most surgical errors fall into the category of “known and accepted complications.” A known and accepted complication is one that can occur in the absence of negligence. Some examples include postoperative infection, bleeding, and damage to structures in the operative field. Although the field…

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Benefits of Bankruptcy

Personal Injury Lawyer If you are someone that has been struggling with financial difficulties for a long time, you may think about filing for bankruptcy. Of course, your initial question is probably whether this is even a right choice for you. There are so many variables to consider, and filing for bankruptcy doesn’t automatically mean…

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What Does a Will Do?

People often hear that a will is an essential end of life document — but why? For many individuals, they believe that they do not have enough money or possessions to warrant the creation of a will. However, the document is not only a tool for the wealthy; it is a tool that ensures your…

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Negligent Stroke Care

As a medical malpractice lawyer, I am frequently asked to review medical records for patients who have suffered a stroke under circumstances where this devastating injury may have been unnecessary. These cases generally follow certain patterns. For example, when an individual suffers a hemorrhagic stroke, or brain bleed, we are often looking to see if…

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Understanding the Durable Power of Attorney

Car Accident Lawyer You’ve probably heard of an executor of a will after someone has passed away, but how it is different from a durable power of attorney? If you’ve created a durable power of attorney, that means you’re putting the responsibility of your future in another’s hands, which is a big deal. It’s essential…

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Medical Malpractice with Unnecessary Surgery

Personal Injury Lawyer As part of any surgical negligence case, a careful medical negligence lawyer should investigate whether the surgery or surgical procedure was necessary. Unnecessary surgeries are not required or performed in the best interest of the patient. This issue has been relevant since at least the 1950s in the United States. This means…

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Who Can an Injured Worker Sue When He Is Injured at A Dangerous Work Site?

Who Can an Injured Worker Sue When He Is Injured at A Dangerous Work Site?

Personal Injury Attorney Woodland Hills A personal injury attorney Woodland Hills residents recommend can make sense out of complicated workers’ compensation and premises liability issues involving multiple contractors. There are a number of common protective doctrines and legal causes of action that arise from construction sites. As a construction worker, it can be difficult to…

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