Some Of The Physical Consequences Of Spinal Cord Injuries.

Often after a spinal cord injury, your body no longer has control over things like moderating temperature, and in many cases you no longer sweat, so that your body just heats up. You lose the superficial sensory control of pain so that you no longer have any sensation that your foot, for example, is cut […]

What is considered when calculating damages for a Medical Malpractice case

August 9, 2007 by  
Category: Medical Malpractice

“I tell every client that it would be nice if I could say to them ‘I will have your problem solved within six months.’ But first, I need to have a good understanding of what the eventual result of the medical negligence is going to be on the person in front of me. Medical malpractice […]

When people need a Medical Malpractice Lawyer.

August 7, 2007 by  
Category: Medical Malpractice

“Simply put, people have been very badly treated in either a hospital or clinic by a physician, nurses or hospital staff. It is interesting that in Canada people tend not to want to consult a lawyer except when they are really driven to do so. We know when people come in with a medical problem […]

Three things Medical Malpractice clients want to know.

August 7, 2007 by  
Category: Medical Malpractice

“The very first question they ask me after going through the history of what has happened to them and giving me the factual background, is, ’Do I have a case of medical malpractice?’ “The second would be, ’What steps do you have to take to bring a case to a conclusion in a medical malpractice […]

Mistakes to avoid when you suspect medical negligence.

August 2, 2007 by  
Category: Medical Malpractice

“I think that most people tend not to realize that once a significant error has occurred, it may be very difficult for them to continue with the medical services with the person who potentially was the cause of the error. And most people are actually really quite forgiving especially if the medical person tells them […]

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