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Let me share with you 17 ways handling your medical malpractice case on your own could prove deadly to your case. Learn what happens if your
Why would an attorney yell out “OBJECTION JUDGE! That's irrelevant”
Attorney asks question that has nothing to do with the claims being made. A typical objection at trial here in NY would be that the question
In a Medical Malpractice Trial in New York, Who Goes First?
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Cocky Plastic Surgeon Made Fun of Me When I Asked if He Violated the Sta...
That prompted the doctor to throw down his papers and start yelling. He stormed out of the room like a two year old throwing a tantrum. As p
Concerning Israel, Don't Trust Proportional Journalism
Media reports regarding the current violence are so skewed they might as well be reporting on a different planet
Doctor Refuses to Settle Case; Can His Insurance Company Override Him an...
Rather than have my client listen to me about why we could not defend this case, I wanted him to hear it directly from our world-reknown obs
Synthetic Tumor Tissue Possible New Tool Against Cancer
A new study found that using hydrogels, biologists can quickly create near-real tissue microenvironments to study how tumors grow and behave
Brazilian Wasp Venom Possible Weapon Against Cancer
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The nurse actually screamed at me. "STOP THAT!" She yelled. I was in the...
"YOU CAN'T TAKE PICTURES IN HERE! HOW DARE YOU TAKE PHOTOS OF THIS PATIENT! WHAT ARE YOU DOING TAKING PICTURES HERE IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UN
Sleepless Surgeons; Does it Affect Surgical Outcomes?
The study surprisingly showed that the risk of death or complications after surgery was no more likely if the surgeon pulled a midnight shif