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An In-Depth Assessment of Common Malpractice Lawsuit Types

Connecticut Personal Injury Attorney Discusses Types of Malpractice Suits Mistakes happen every day – even in the medical industry. While mistakes are common, medical errors can be devastating, and can even claim someone’s life in the process. Most medical mistakes are preventable and are the direct result of someone’s negligence or incompetence. This is never … Continued

Russ Berkowitz and Jennifer Amdur Resolve Wrongful Death Medical Malpractice Case

Russ Berkowitz and Jennifer Amdur have just resolved a wrongful death medical malpractice case on behalf of the estate of a female client who died a horrific death following post weight loss surgical complications. The case involved the failure of the defendant surgeon, hospital, and other medical providers to timely diagnose and treat our client’s … Continued

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Apple Sued for Another Distracted Driving Case

Personal Injury Attorney Fighting for Victims of Distracted Drivers throughout Connecticut Apple has been the subject of several distracted driving cases over the past few years. Now, Apple faces another lawsuit – this time, it is a class-action suit against the tech giant for prioritizing profits over public safety interests. Apple is still in the … Continued

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The Red Flags of a Misdiagnosis: Do You Know Them?

Malpractice Attorneys Fighting for Victims of Misdiagnosed Conditions throughout Connecticut Most patients suspect something is not right. Whether the diagnosis just doesn’t fit, or their gut is telling them that the treatment is not working, they often turn to their physician first for answers. Physicians are expected to put their patients’ interests at the top … Continued

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Can You Sue a Physician for Defensive Medicine Practices?

Connecticut Malpractice Attorneys Serving Victims of Defensive Medical Practices There is a new issue emerging in modern medicine known as defensive medicine. While the term “defensive” might make patients think that their physicians are defending them against harm, defensive medicine is often unnecessary and can cause more harm than good. Those subjected to defensive medical … Continued

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Did Teething Tablets Harm Your Child?

Malpractice Attorneys Serving Victims of Homeopathic Injuries throughout Connecticut Parents with a teething baby will do anything they can to relieve their child’s discomfort. Naturally, they want a treatment that is safe, but also effective. To stay safe, most parents reach for homeopathic remedies, because they are supposedly made from all-natural ingredients, do not contain … Continued

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Are You At Risk for Addiction from Your Testosterone Replacement?

Malpractice Attorneys Fighting for Victims of Testosterone Replacement Addiction or Dependency The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning about testosterone replacement therapies and drugs. In January 2014, the FDA conducted an investigation into the correlation between strokes, heart attacks, and deaths among men taking testosterone replacement medications. Some of the medications … Continued