31 Jul 2014

“1,000 Preventable Deaths a Day is Too Many”: Senate Committee Holds Hearing on Preventable Medical Errors

It isn’t an illness, disease, or other unexpected hazard that is the third leading cause of death in the United States, it is preventable medical errors. A study in the Journal of Patient Safety estimates that approximately 440,000 patients die each year from...

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23 Jul 2014

Being a “Slow Poke” On Georgia Roads Can Now Get You a Ticket

If you’ve taken a family road trip, or if you regularly spend time driving on interstate highways, you have likely experienced the frustration of trying to pass slower traffic in the right lane only to be impeded by an equally slow driver in the...

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5 May 2014

Not As Seen on TV: The Importance of Hiring a Local Brunswick Lawyer for Your Injury or Malpractice Case

If you watch TV, you’ve seen the ads; a lawyer or law firm promising to fight for you if you’ve been injured in an accident or been the victim of medical or pharmaceutical malpractice. The attorney on the screen may even seem like the...

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20 Apr 2014

Georgia Pharmaceutical Malpractice Attorney – Drug Recalls

As a Georgia Pharmaceutical Malpractice Attorney, I've come across a recent study that demonstrate that changes to the Food and Drug Administration’s drug approval process has  led to an increase in the number of drugs on the market that have subsequently been recalled or...