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May 2016 Archives

Waiving the physician-patient privilege may be possible

When your loved one passes away because of negligence or malicious intent by another person, you want to make sure that justice is served. Part of your case may be to get compensated for funeral expenses, medical bills and other financial losses your family is facing due to the loss of this person's life.

1 killed in 2-vehicle accident in Connecticut

When you take your car out for a spin, the last thing you imagine is that you're going to be involved in a car accident. If you or a loved one is hurt or you lose a loved one in the accident, the situation can seem overwhelming. It's important to know that the person who was negligent can be held at fault so you can seek compensation for the injuries and losses you've suffered.

Are medical mistakes very common in the United States?

Medical mistakes are terrifying to patients; simple mistakes like misdiagnosing a cold won't be deadly in most cases, but those mistakes are nothing compared to misdiagnosing cancer or failing to treat a patient for a condition like rabies or pneumonia.

You can make a claim after a multi-vehicle collision

When you're hit by a truck, your life can change in an instant. The accident can get even worse if there are multiple people involved, which sometimes happens. With multiple vehicles, you sometimes get a combination of smaller cars and commercial trucks. These vehicles are large and often overpowered when compared to a smaller passenger vehicle, making it more likely for you to suffer serious injuries or to be killed in an accident.

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