Latest News and Tips about Serious Personal Injury Law

Are Hospitals Less Safe During The Holidays?

04 January

When you need to go to the hospital, especially the emergency room, you do so because you or a loved one need help. You expect that the staff there will … Continue reading “Are Hospitals Less Safe During The Holidays?”

A Study Proves Long-Term Cognitive Changes In Young Adults With Brain Injuries

28 December

A new study has found that young adults diagnosed with a brain injury or concussion can experience long-term cognitive changes and impaired brain activity, so if you have been diagnosed … Continue reading “A Study Proves Long-Term Cognitive Changes In Young Adults With Brain Injuries”

Can Burnout Cause Your Doctor to Commit Medical Malpractice? (12 Symptoms of Physician Burnout)

21 December

If the rising number of medical malpractice lawsuits and fatalities among patients caused by physician burnout is any indication, America is amidst a severe and ever-worsening epidemic of physician burnout. … Continue reading “Can Burnout Cause Your Doctor to Commit Medical Malpractice? (12 Symptoms of Physician Burnout)”

Organ Failure In Car Accidents

14 December

Hawaii is a beautiful state with a bustling mix of locals and tourists. Our laid back attitude coupled with our gorgeous weather and natural scenery can sometimes trick people into … Continue reading “Organ Failure In Car Accidents”

How to Conduct a Background Check on Your Treating Physician (Has Your Doctor Been Sued For Medical Malpractice?)

07 December

Stories of doctors having non-consensual sex with patients as well as committing various types of medical malpractice are not unheard of in today’s world. In fact, we hear so many … Continue reading “How to Conduct a Background Check on Your Treating Physician (Has Your Doctor Been Sued For Medical Malpractice?)”

Medical Malpractice: Paralysis

30 November

Going to the hospital is always scary. You go there expecting the experts to tell you what is wrong and how they can go about solving the problem, but doctors … Continue reading “Medical Malpractice: Paralysis”