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  • Are Small Physician Practices Better At Avoiding Medical Mistakes?

    Increasingly, small medical practices are closing up shop because of burdensome regulations, rising costs and increasing complications associated with processing insurance claims. Doctors are joining large medical groups or practices and patients are left with fewer options. This can be… Read More
  • Small Privacy Violations Often More Damaging Than Large Ones

    You may think that it is large breaches of confidential information that you have to worry about, but you would be wrong. Just ask the dental assistant who was outed on Facebook as having an STI by a former friend… Read More
  • Social Media And Your Medical Malpractice Case

    Imagine you are a defense lawyer. Your client is a physician who is being sued for medical malpractice. You are doing research on the plaintiff — the person allegedly injured — and run across their social media page. You see… Read More
  • South Carolina Advisory: Medical Device Misuse Hurts 70,000 Kids In US Annually

    South Carolina Advisory: Medical Device Misuse Hurts 70,000 Kids In US Annually
    We live in an age where good hygiene and healthy living are a near obsession. While much talk has been put forth about fixing the state of health care insurance, little attention has been given to the physical aspects of… Read More
  • South Carolina Birth Injuries: Are Hospitals Safe?

    South Carolina Birth Injuries: Are Hospitals Safe?
    Family awarded $893,684 in Suit Against Hospital After filing a medical malpractice lawsuit against Janesville, Illinois’s Mercy Health System, Justin and Kara Rutherford accused the hospital and doctors of negligence in the handling of Kara’s labor and delivery of their… Read More

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