Blog Posts in October, 2018

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  • Malnutrition in Nursing Home Facilities

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 31-Oct-2018

    Many of us must make the decision to enter an elderly loved one into a nursing home facility. This is generally a very difficult choice to make and you will likely have some concerns regarding how well they can adjust to the new surroundings or if they will make new friends and be happy. What you might not be thinking about is whether they will have enough to eat or not. Unfortunately, this is a ...
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  • How Does Filing a Birth Injury Lawsuit Help?

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 17-Oct-2018

    If your baby suffered an injury at the hands of a negligent medical professional, you are undoubtedly going through a difficult time. In fact, you might be so stressed and overwhelmed that you might not want to endure the process of filing a medical malpractice lawsuit. It is not uncommon for parents to forego this important step out of concern that they will not have enough time to devote to ...
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  • Nerve Damage in Newborns: What You Should Know

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 10-Oct-2018

    Every year, millions of babies are born in the United States and, unfortunately, many of them suffer from birth injuries at the hands of negligent medical professionals. Nerve damage is among one of the most common types of injuries. It is caused by trauma that affects the nerves that carry information from the brain and spinal cord to the entire body. In newborns, the most common nerve injury is ...
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  • Avoiding Surgical Errors

    Posted By Maher Law Firm || 3-Oct-2018

    We put our trust in medical professionals, hoping to be in a better condition than the one we were in prior to treatment. While this is certainly the case for some, for others, trust is betrayed. Surgical errors, unfortunately, happen much more frequently than we think. These errors include foreign objects retained in a patient’s body, wrong-patient or wrong-side surgeries, anesthesia ...
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