Negligence As It Applies To Childbirth

January 12, 2009 by  
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Murray Tkatch, explains Negligence As It Applies To Childbirth If you, or someone you care about, is dealing with Personal injury law issues in the Toronto, Ontario Region, contact Tkatch & Associates for a consultation. This podcast is taken from interview on 27 March 2008 with Murray Tkatch, LL.B., Personal Injury Lawyer with Tkatch & […]

The Connection Between Negligence And Damages

June 27, 2008 by  
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Murray Tkatch, explains the connection between negligence and damages. If you, or someone you care about, is dealing with Personal Injury law issues in the Toronto, Ontario Region, contact Tkatch & Associates for a consultation. This podcast is taken from interview on January 2008 with Murray Tkatch, LL.B., Personal Injury Lawyer with Tkatch & Associates […]

How Legal Proceedings Benefit Someone With A Spinal Cord Injury As The Result Of Someone Else’s Negligence

If the injury is the result of a motor vehicle accident – which generally is the most prevalent cause of these catastrophic injures – the first issue is to ensure that the plaintiff applies for accident benefits, which are a standard part of the present motor vehicle insurance policy in Ontario. The plaintiff with a […]

Negligence As It Applies To Childbirth.

April 29, 2008 by  
Category: Personal Injury Law

There is no greater joy than a healthy baby, boy or girl, so when something goes wrong, whether with the mother or the baby, it affects the whole family. A lot of first-time parents go to prenatal classes and are given the statistics about who is going to have a caesarean section. They don’t think […]

The Role Of Experts Who Assist With The Evidence in A Case Of Negligence In Childbirth.

April 28, 2008 by  
Category: Personal Injury Law

The lawyer in a negligence case has to have an ability to understand what the doctors are saying, but it will never be the lawyer’s evidence that determines whether a doctor has not met an appropriate standard of care. Experts are required. I call on obstetricians, active and semi-retired, who were department heads of major […]

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