Blog Posts in June, 2018

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  • Frequently Asked Questions: Birth Injuries

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 28-Jun-2018

    Parents often cannot wait to bring their new baby into the world and, when that moment comes, they generally do not expect their baby to sustain injuries upon delivery due to the negligent actions of a medical professional. The last thing on any parent’s mind is whether or not it is safe to trust the overseeing physician or any other medical staff members partaking in delivering your newborn ...
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  • What You Should Know Before Filing for Medical Malpractice

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 19-Jun-2018

    Mistakes and accidents happen all the time and we generally accept that things cannot be perfect at all times. However, what we do not expect or accept are injury-causing mistakes from our healthcare providers, which can sometimes lead to death or cause a permanent disability. What happens when our trust is misplaced and a medical professional harms us? Filing a claim would be your next step, but ...
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  • Electronic Health Records and Medical Malpractice

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 12-Jun-2018

    Lots of advancements in technology have improved how we address many things in our lives, including medical care. While electronic health records make it easier to organize and access patient information, however, it has also presented some serious challenges and risk to patient safety. In the past 10 years alone, the number of medical malpractice claims that involve electronic health records has ...
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  • The Difference Between Medical Errors and Medical Negligence

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 5-Jun-2018

    Whenever we receive medical treatment, there is a risk that we might experience an adverse effect as a result of it. Those effects are often caused by either a medical error or medical negligence. What is the difference between these two? Not every negative outcome that occurs after receiving medical treatment is caused by negligence. In some cases, these incidents are unavoidable and could occur ...
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