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Category: Medical Malpractice

Clear Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

Nursing Home Abuse in Memphis, TN With advancements in medical care and treatment, people are obviously living longer and more fruitful lives. With this increase comes a greater demand for assisted living and nursing homes. While most nursing homes provide exceptional care for our loved ones, there are more than a few instances of nursing home abuse and neglect that are horrific.   Many times, nursing homes do a poor job hiring competent individuals, which leads to... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Monday, February 10, 2020
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Surgery Center Negligence - Know Your Rights

Since the 1970s, surgery centers have been opening around the country at a rapid pace. Surgery centers are health care facilities where patients can go for previously scheduled surgeries by his or her treating physician. The increase in surgery centers is largely attributable to Medicare, which approved payment for procedures beginning in 1982. Subsequently, in 1993, Congress exempted doctors from The Stark Law, which is a federal law preventing doctors from referring Medicare or... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, March 8, 2018
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Do Surgeons Leave Objects in Patients?

Most attorneys will tell you that the most difficult, time-consuming and expensive claims to litigate are medical malpractice cases. Differing medical treatments and diagnoses for each patient create difficulty establishing and proving fault. One area of medical malpractice claims that is not overwrought with confusion is when a surgical device or instrumentation is left inside a patient after surgery. This is referred to as retained surgical bodies (RSD). The action of leaving a... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Wednesday, February 14, 2018
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Patient Dumping: the Sad Reality

Contact an Attorney Today As you may have seen reported by national media outlets, a tragic video showed a Baltimore, Maryland, hospital placing a patient outside near a bus terminal rather than treating the young woman in question or calling appropriate medical personnel to assist. Sadly, this is still occurring in the United States when hospitals or other health care facilities release patients without proper treatment. These are typically individuals that suffer from mental... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Wednesday, January 24, 2018
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No Recovery, No Fee - What Does It Really Mean?

We’ve heard the stories. Those experiences with other attorneys. You lose your case, and the attorney sends a bill for filing fees and related expenses. That doesn’t sound like “no recovery, no fee” you see advertised or referred to by many practicing lawyers, does it? Simply put, “no recovery, no fee” should mean that if your attorney takes on your case and is not successful in obtaining a recovery on your behalf, then you, as the client, do... Read More
Posted by Brian Chiozza at Thursday, September 7, 2017
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