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Medical Malpractice

Epidural being administered during surgery.

Should You File An Epidural Nerve Damage Lawsuit?

Let’s talk epidurals. You know the popular method of pain relief for childbirth and back surgeries… Having an epidural is a ‘must have’ for many new moms and they’re generally safe, but what happens when there’s lasting complications? Epidural nerve damage can inflict lifelong pain, suffering, and even paralysis.   Now there’s a huge difference…

Wrong Medication Lawsuit

We put our trust in medical professionals to look after our family members. They may require medical care, hospice care, respite care, end-of-life care, or another form of care. But what if the very facility we turn to for medical attention makes life a life-threatening error? That was the unfortunate case for a resident of…
Breast cancer victim comforted by spouse.

Should You File A Breast Cancer Lawsuit?

Kim Johnson went out to dinner with her family to celebrate the letter she got in the mail earlier that day. What did the letter say? Her screening from the radiology lab showed “no evidence of cancer.” It was a weight lifted off her shoulders.  Kim’s mother died of breast cancer years earlier. It was…
Woman gets blood drawn.

Nerve Damage After Blood Draw: Can I Sue?

Can a blood draw cause nerve damage? Some people close their eyes and hold their breath. Others distract themselves by counting floor tiles. A brave few stare straight at the needle without wincing. What are we talking about here? Getting blood drawn. It’s a common and necessary medical procedure, and one that nearly everyone must…
The word bias spelled out in block letters.

Are You A Victim Of Medical Gaslighting?

Have you ever been to the doctor’s office only to be dismissed of your very real symptoms and pains? Ever heard “it’s all in your head”? Or “oh it’s just a minor headache,” when you’re certain it’s much, much more? It’s painful when your doctor doubts your issues. And what’s worse? Sometimes you start believing…
Woman upset that she missed opportunity to sue.

Medical Malpractice Statute Of Limitations: How Much Time Do I Have?

Imagine you’ve had surgery to have a benign abdominal tumor removed. After making an easy recovery,  follow-up appointments show that the surgery was a success. Soon you’re able to go back to work.  But two years later, you’re hit with excruciating pain – for no apparent reason. The feeling worsens as the days drag on.…