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When Infants Are Victims of Wrongful Death

 

When we think of wrongful death, we often think of hospital or medical errors, or perhaps a car crash that takes a loved one. Most of us do not see the potential for someone to do wrong to an […]

By |March 1st, 2016|Pregnancy and Birth Injuries, Wrongful Death|

Latest News & Updates on Traumatic Brain Injuries

 

New information has emerged of late concerning traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) which could impact the personal injury lawsuits that sometimes accompany them in order to make victims “whole again.” Most notably, theories are emerging concerning the link between head […]

By |February 19th, 2016|Personal Injury Law, Traumatic Brain Injuries|

The Inevitable Overlap between Illness, Injury, and Criminal Charges

 

The issue of police violence and personal injury has come to the forefront of the public’s attention this last year.  Many are concerned about racial disparities when it comes to police misconduct and people getting injured or killed, but […]

By |February 15th, 2016|Criminal Law, Elder Abuse Law, Personal Injury Law, Wrongful Death|

Dangerous Wait Times in Rhode Island Emergency Rooms

 

Waiting times in Rhode Island emergency rooms vary greatly, with some of them being three to four times longer than the best ones, and many leaving people waiting an hour or more. According to the Center for Disease Control […]

By |February 2nd, 2016|Medical Malpractice Law|

When Bullying Ends in Wrongful Death

 

It is perhaps every family’s worst nightmare: to have their child try or successfully end their own life because they have been bullied at school. Sadly, as the means of bullying spread via the internet, it seems to become […]

By |January 13th, 2016|Criminal Law, Wrongful Death|

New Study Reveals That Drug Errors Are Common in Surgery

 

In a new study released this year by the Massachusetts General Hospital and published in the journal Anesthesiology, about half of all surgeries involve some kind of medication error and/or unintended side effects, resulting in a substantial potential for […]

By |December 29th, 2015|Emergency Room Treatment, Medical Malpractice Law|

Nurse with Tuberculosis May Have Exposed Patients, Including Infants

 

One hospital recently discovered that over 1,000 patients and hospital staff (including an estimated 350 infants) were potentially exposed to Tuberculosis between August and November of this year due to one nurse’s infection, as reported by the New York […]

By |December 29th, 2015|Medical Malpractice Law|

When Road Rage Turns Into Personal Injury or Wrongful Death

 

Road rage is fairly common these days; many on the road experience anger brought on by the stress and frustration of driving—but not all of us act on it. When an individual does however it can be dangerous, sometimes […]

By |December 16th, 2015|Automotive, Wrongful Death|

$25 Million Awarded To Rhode Island Couple for Malpractice in Local Hospital

 

Recently, a jury in Rhode Island awarded over $25 million to a couple who sued Rhode Island Hospital for medical malpractice in one of the largest negligence verdicts ever reached in the state. Specifically, the victim went to the […]

By |December 4th, 2015|Medical Malpractice Law|

Rhode Island Finally Moves Towards Including Seat Belts in School Buses

 

Many do not realize the seat belts are not mandatory on school buses in Rhode Island, arguably placing schoolchildren in danger of severe auto accident injuries and possibly death each year. […]

By |November 20th, 2015|Automotive|

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