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August 2014 Archives

Surgical errors can have devastating results

It is one of the worries often at the forefront of a patient's mind as they prepare to undergo surgery. What happens if something goes wrong? Many of New York's doctors and nurses go to great lengths to ensure that their patients receive the best care they can provide. Unfortunately, long hours and a stressful working environment can make even experienced medical staff prone to mistakes.

Woman fights tobacco companies in the wake of her mother's death

If an individual or organization causes the death of someone you love, it is only natural to want answers and justice. However, grieving takes time and while you are adapting to the void left in your life, legal proceedings may be the last thing on your mind. Unfortunately, if the statute of limitations expires before you take action, you may lose your chance to make a wrongful death claim.

What types of brain injury are there?

As you may already know, a brain injury can be a particularly serious matter. It can affect a person's ability to form new memories or cause them to lose existing ones. It can impair their movement, speech and even their consciousness. For some people, it can change them completely and permanently, leaving them unable to live their lives as they once did.

Smith & Wesson faces product liability case over gun discharge

It is easy to forget how dangerous some of the products you use in your day-to-day life can be. When an item you are relying on malfunctions, it can be extremely frustrating. However, worse than that, it could end up injuring you or someone else. In New York, many people suffer injuries as the result of using faulty products, and the effects can last a lifetime. Companies should be held accountable when products they produce contain defects that cause dangerous malfunctions.

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