Blog Posts in July, 2014

Texas in top ten states for cesarean sections

Within the medical community, it is rarely considered a positive sign if a state or country exhibits a high rate of cesarean sections. While the innovative procedure is vital and even lifesaving in ...
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Man accuses hospital staff of negligence after wife's death

When most Texans think of a wrongful death lawsuit, the first thing that often comes to mind is a car accident or work-related tragedy. While wrongful death courses of action are indeed appropriate ...
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Shadow of birth injuries hangs over military hospitals

It seems most Texans would probably overwhelmingly agree that top-notch care should be given to everybody, but especially to returning veterans. Servicemen and women who are active in the military, as ...
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Texas sues nursing home after allegations of negligence

At some point, families of aging loved ones must eventually confront the question of whether or not to place a senior in a nursing home. When someone reaches the point when he or she can no longer ...
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