Blog Posts in August, 2017

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  • Prescription Errors Are More Common Than You Think

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 23-Aug-2017

    Millions of Americans have filled a prescription at some point in their lives. While we trust our medications to help with our needs, prescription errors can cause significant harm. Many medication errors are discovered before they can cause harm, but 1.3 million Americans are injured by prescription errors each year. Prescription mistakes are surprisingly common, considering the serious ...
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  • Premises Liability and the Law of Attractive Nuisances

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 16-Aug-2017

    Florida, like many states, has taken steps to create laws that protect children. One of these laws is the attractive nuisance doctrine, which can make property owners liable for any injuries a child sustains on their property due to “attractive nuisances.” Because young children cannot recognize the hazard of dangerous objects the way an adult can, the attractive nuisance doctrine can ...
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  • At What Age Can Cerebral Palsy Be Diagnosed?

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 9-Aug-2017

    Cerebral Palsy is a condition that often results from an injury shortly before or during delivery. This condition can take time to diagnose, as there is no single test for Cerebral Palsy. As a parent of an injured child, you need a diagnosis to get help for you child, and it can be frustrating to wait to find out what may be wrong. In severe cases of Cerebral Palsy, it is possible that the ...
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  • What is the Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice Claims in Florida?

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 2-Aug-2017

    As a patient, you have the right to expect that your medical care will be safe, well informed, and adequate care will be taken to protect you. If you are injured by your medical care provider through negligence, however, you should have the right to receive compensation for your injuries. A medical malpractice claim can hold those responsible for your injuries accountable, and provide you with ...
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