Blog Posts in September, 2015

What can I expect when discussing a medical malpractice case?

A family grieving the loss of a loved one rarely wants to initiate a lawsuit; however, in many instances a civil suit is the only way to hold a negligent doctor, hospital or other entity accountable. ...
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Premature birth still an issue in America, but hope abounds

How often is a baby born prematurely in the United States? Some Houston residents may be surprised to learn that one out of every nine babies experiences premature birth. Despite huge advances in ...
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Vaginal birth after cesarean: The risk of uterine rupture

For women who have more than one child, their birth experiences with each child are bound to be different. No two births are exactly alike; this is especially relevant regarding mothers who have ...
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Establishing the cause of a baby's brain injury

Since my practice focuses upon birth injury cases, most of my clients come to me with questions about what happened to their baby, and whether it could, or should, have been prevented. The first step ...
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Not sure how to decide on a birth injury lawyer? Here are some tips.

I can only imagine the difficulties facing parents of a baby who has suffered a profound injury during labor and delivery. They are suddenly confronted with life-changing challenges, not the least of ...
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A family's recovery is possible after a fatal medical mistake

Few patients expect that something will go seriously wrong when they receive any medical treatment. In the United States, most people who work in healthcare must undergo extensive training, obtain the ...
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