Can I Find Out if a Doctor Has Been Previously Sued for Medical Malpractice?

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Before committing to any medical treatment, it is a good idea to learn as much as you can about the...

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What Would Legal Immunity Mean for Medical Workers Fighting the Coronavirus?

Blog, Laws, Medical Malpractice Mistakes, Medical Records, Nurses

In light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo signed Executive Order 202.10 into law on...

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What a New Transparency Proposal Could Mean for New York Malpractice Suits

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As part of his 2020 State of the State Agenda, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo recently announced a proposal including...

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Why Are There So Many Defense Lawyers in New York Medical Malpractice Lawsuits?

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As a victim of medical malpractice, it may be intimidating to come to court and see you and your lawyer...

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Holiday Hour Medical Malpractice: A Real Problem This Year with Easter and Passover

Blog, Cases, Hospitals

Just like you, healthcare providers also want to have certain holidays off.  Easter is one of the holiest holidays for...

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Legal Reform Advocates Blame New York for High Medical Malpractice Rates

Blog, Cases, Medical Malpractice Mistakes

Here is a ridiculous article that legal reform advocates point to medical malpractice figures in New York and Pennsylvania as...

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Doctors Kill More People Each Year in Preventable Deaths Than Car Accidents and Guns!

Blog, Cases, Hospitals, Medical Malpractice Mistakes, Wrongful Death

Tort reform creates interesting issues: Drunk drivers.  Drugged drivers.  Cell phones and distracted driving. Speeding. All of these factors, while bad,...

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Tort Reform? Third Leading Cause of Death Isn’t Lawsuits—Its Medical Malpractice!

Blog, Cases, Medical Malpractice Mistakes, Wrongful Death

We have heard a lot about tort reform.  This focuses on limiting a victim of medical malpractice’s rights to the...

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