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Five Most Common Types Of Medical Malpractice Injury

Enso Martinez and Rebecca Fielding of Maryland recently won a record $55 million malpractice award for damages caused to their infant son when Johns Hopkins Hospital delayed performing an emergency cesarean for two full hours. While Georgia law imposes a cap on punitive damages, the true financial cost of a birth injury can net parents Read More

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The Impact of Unsafe Premises of Businesses

When you go out to eat at a restaurant or out for a drink at a bar, the last thing you expect is to be exposed to danger. You do not anticipate falling on a wet floor or being caught in the middle of a bar brawl. Unfortunately, innocent victims suffer from the negligence of Read More

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Most Common Traumatic Brain Injuries

Traumatic brain injury is a type of brain damage that occurs due to sudden trauma. Car accidents, truck accidents, sports injuries, vehicle accidents, and other accidents can all lead to this type of injury. Some traumatic brain injuries are mild and leave no lasting effects, but others are very serious injuries with long-term consequences. The Read More

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