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October 9, 2016

Emergency Room Doctors More Likely to Miss Stroke in Women, Minorities, and Younger Patients

When it comes to strokes, research indicates that the outcome of a patient can improve by as much as 80 percent if they are given prompt and early treatment. Unfortunately, for anywhere between 15,000 and 165,000 Americans per year, such...

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September 9, 2016

When and How You Should File a Complaint Against Your Doctor

Each year, more than 200,000 patients die from a preventable medical mistake and as many as four million more experience non-fatal errors that can delay treatment, compromise care, or otherwise put the patient at risk for serious injury or illness....

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August 24, 2016

Information on Bad Doctor Behavior Varies from State to State

Savvy patients might know they need to research their doctor's history. They may even know where to look. But what they may not realize is that the information provided on bad doctoring practices and the disciplinary actions taken against poor-performing...

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August 4, 2016

Pursing Compensation in Your Wrongful Amputation Medical Malpractice Case

At Hurley, McKenna, & Mertz, we are well aware of the trauma that accompanies wrongful death of children in foster care, as we have both experience and success with such cases. A recent article in the University of La Verne...

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