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Monthly Archives: May 2017

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Obvious (and Not So Obvious) Examples of Birth-Related Malpractice

By The Nurse Attorney, P.A. |

Medical errors that occur before and during the delivery of a newborn are some of the most tragic and costly medical errors that can occur. There are a variety of factors that help explain this: not only are the mother’s and child’s health in jeopardy during the delivery process, but an injury to a… Read More »

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Noneconomic Damages in Your Florida Medical Malpractice Case

By The Nurse Attorney, P.A. |

Noneconomic damages – that is, damages for “harms” and “losses” that are not tied to a bill, invoice, or other statement of account – can be significant in Florida medical malpractice cases. These damages are designed to compensate a medical malpractice victim for his or her pain and suffering, the loss of enjoyment of… Read More »

What Really “Goes on Behind Closed Doors” in the Blood Banking Industry

By The Nurse Attorney, P.A. |

The public doesn’t know this, but the blood banking industry is a huge money-making business.  For example, the majority of the public does not know that there are no “free” blood products given (transfused) to patients like those depicted on billboards promoting blood donations.  The blood banking industry has done a remarkable and incredible… Read More »

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Five Commonly Misdiagnosed Conditions in Florida

By The Nurse Attorney, P.A. |

“Medical negligence” is a term that usually conjures up images of doctors leaving medical instruments and/or devices inside a patient following a surgery or operating on the wrong body part. Misdiagnosis mistakes – wherein a medical professional misreads your signs and symptoms and either diagnoses you with a disease you do not have or… Read More »

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Your Next Steps After a Florida Medical Injury

By The Nurse Attorney, P.A. |

In an uncertain and volatile world, the word “preparedness” is a term that is being used quite a bit. While some Florida residents may be preparing for another collapse of the financial market and others may be concerned about the seemingly-imminent commencement of World War III, few – if any – Florida residents have… Read More »