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July 2017 Archives

Pharmaceutical faces numerous lawsuits alleging misrepresentation, failure to warn

Some of our readers may be aware that testosterone replacement therapy has become increasingly popular in recent years as awareness has grown of the important role testosterone plays in men's health. Opinions vary on the value and safety of testosterone replacement therapy, but there is certainly a market for it.

Physicians’ habits with medical records can be beneficial in malpractice litigation, P.2

In our last post, we began looking at how a physician’s habits surrounding the use of medical records can be used to an injured patient’s benefits in medical malpractice litigation.

Physicians’ habits with medical records can be beneficial in malpractice litigation

In our last post, we mentioned that a jury’s perception of a physician’s attitude toward an injured patient and litigation, and the physician’s character in general, can significantly affect the outcome of medical malpractice litigation. This is an important issue, since juries are responsible for making findings that directly impact liability and damages awards.

Physician’s attitude can make a difference in medical malpractice litigation

Building a solid medical malpractice case is a challenging task, and there are a lot of pieces that have to be put into place to build a case that stands a chance of bringing a favorable result for an injured patient.

Study finds several possible ways to reduce medication errors among children

Medication errors are an important type of preventable medical error that need to be more thoroughly and systematically addressed in the health care industry. Often, medication errors do not have serious long-term consequences for those who experience them, but in some cases they can cause serious consequences or even death.