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01.12.21

What Are the Damage Caps for Personal Injury Claims in Missouri?

Most personal injuries are preventable. They happen when someone acts outside of the standards of care, such as a driver who speeds or drives drunk. When a preventable mistake causes an injury, the victim has the right to file a …

07.27.20

What Types of Birth Injuries Can Forceps Cause?

Complications are relatively common during labor and delivery. Giving birth looks different for every woman. During some vaginal childbirths, the health care provider may need to use forceps to assist with the delivery. A forceps delivery uses an obstetrical instrument …

08.30.19

Time Factors in a Medical Malpractice Suit

Medical malpractice can be life-changing for those who suffer from the negligence of a medical professional. If an injury occurs because of an error in treatment, a misdiagnosis, or irresponsible care, discuss your case with a qualified Kansas City medical

08.20.19

What Is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice refers to negligence or wrongdoing in the medical industry. When a physician or another health care provider does something that goes against the accepted standards of care for his or her profession, resulting in patient harm, that doctor …

03.23.17

What Exactly is Medical Malpractice?

Medical malpractice is much more widespread than you think. While most medical care is appropriate, sometimes mistakes and negligence cause catastrophic consequences.

Unfortunately, most patients are unaware that they are victims of malpractice, or they just assume they have no …

08.25.15

The Role of Social Media in Personal Injury Lawsuits

Social Media Posts Can Come Back to Haunt Plaintiffs

A recent article in Slate online magazine (Evidence of Life on Facebook) discussed the disturbing trend of defense attorneys using social media posts by plaintiffs in personal injury cases

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