Call for a Free Consultation: 410-825-5287

OUR BLOG

Delaying the Adoption of Electronic Health Records Can Lead to an Increase in Medical Errors

Electronic health records (EHRs) have been shown to improve the quality of patient care provided by making each patient’s individual medical history readily available precisely where and when it is needed. Medical errors decline significantly after the adoption of EHRs, as these records are interactive and analyze data as it is entered. When the system discovers the…

Read More

Half of All Medication Errors Involve Insulin

Every year, nearly 1.3 million injuries and more than 300 deaths occur in the United States as a result of medication related errors. According to the U.S. Pharmacopeia Medication Errors Reporting Program, insulin is involved in close to half of these cases. Although it is a commonly used drug, insulin, when improperly utilized, has the potential to cause conditions such…

Read More

Facts Parents Need to Understand about Cerebral Palsy

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates one in every 323 children in the U.S. will have cerebral palsy. When you consider that each year about 4 million babies are born, the magnitude of that number becomes clear – around 12,384 of those infants will have this life-changing disorder. The condition is different for…

Read More

How Can I Help a Loved One Who Has Suffered From a Stroke?

Helping a loved one adjust back into daily life after he or she has suffered a stroke is a big responsibility that can take a toll on caregivers. With proper planning and education, the process can become easier for all involved. Every stroke victim is different; some will recover fully over the course of several months…

Read More

Birth Injury and Cerebral Palsy | What’s it mean?

Cerebral palsy is a serious neurological condition  that can be caused by birth injuries during labor and delivery. It occurs in two to four of 1,000 births in the United States, according to the Mayo Clinic. Often, cerebral palsy is due to a trauma, decreased blood flow to the brain or a lack of oxygen to…

Read More

Cerebral Palsy: Preparing for Adulthood

Growing up is especially difficult for children with Cerebral Palsy. This is because their play, and sometimes their learning, is affected by the condition. Unfortunately, even children who are progressing will often lack confidence in their abilities, which can inhibit learning and performing tasks that they will need as they make the transition to adulthood.…

Read More

Medical Malpractice and Strokes: Common Mistakes, Mistreatments and Misdiagnoses

Stroke is the third most common cause of death in the United States. A stroke may be the result of reduced oxygen to the brain, an obstruction like a blood clot or blood leaking into the brain. A delay in the diagnosis of a stroke or mistreatment can cause serious permanent injuries or even death.…

Read More

Birth Injury and Cerebral Palsy | Medical Malpractice

Cerebral palsy is a serious neurological condition  that can be caused by birth injuries during labor and delivery. It occurs in two to four of 1,000 births in the United States, according to the Mayo Clinic. Often, cerebral palsy is due to a trauma, decreased blood flow to the brain or a lack of oxygen to…

Read More

Special Play for Special Children – Because All Kids Love to Have Fun!

Although the severity of disabilities for children with cerebral palsy is variable, one thing is for sure; children effected by cerebral palsy still love to laugh and play just like all children. Finding the right toys that compliment their abilities is the key to stimulating their minds and bodies and will bring smiles to those sweet faces.…

Read More

FREE CASE EVALUATION

We’re here to help answer your questions. Judicial matters can be complicated, our experts are on hand to help inform you of every aspect regarding your topic.

We take great pride in using our expertise for you and look forward to hearing from you.

Please enter your name.
Please enter a valid phone number.
Please enter a message.