[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]

Archive for

Home > Articles > Page 3
icon
PEG tubes–not a panacea

PEG tubes–not a panacea What can you learn from The American Medical Directors Association’s annual conference in March 2006? Plenty, it turns out. This article will hit highlights of what I discovered about percutaneous gastrostomy (PEG) tubes while attending the [...]

View post
icon
Obstetrical Malpractice

Obstetrical Malpractice More often than not, having a baby is a time of great anticipation, high hopes, and joy for the parents and their families. It also represents a period during which many women, in the course of their prenatal [...]

View post
icon
Nurse Staffing: Critical Condition

Nurse Staffing: Critical Condition One of the most frequent reasons raised by nurses for why incidents occur is inadequate staffing. The attorney can determine the staffing at the time of an incident by asking for the agency’s staffing sheet for [...]

View post
icon
More Than The Blues

More Than The Blues A physician who is named as a defendant in a medical malpractice suit commits suicide. A plaintiff who loses his ability to work after a car accident becomes depressed. A woman who is injured by a [...]

View post
icon
Malingering: Can it be detected?

Malingering: Can it be detected? One way of defining a good patient or plaintiff is a person who: Presents with objective signs and symptoms of a treatable injury. Makes no emotional demands upon the physician or attorney, such as uncomfortable [...]

View post