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Some of the Deadly Errors Committed in Emergency Rooms
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The following are specific cases of diagnostic errors committed in emergency departments: A young man who complained of severe headache and nausea was rushed to the emergency department twice, his headache much worse than earlier when he was first rushed there. In both instances, he was simply diagnosed as suffering from viral infection and so was sent home. Two days after, he died due...

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Slip and Fall Accident: It is not always the Victim’s Fault
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Slips, falls and trips are very common accidents in the US. But though these accidents can happen anywhere and to anyone, the ones most prone to these are older adults and seniors – people aged at least 55 years old. Injury facts records from the National Safety Council (NSC) reveal that more than 8 million slip and fall accidents occur in the US every...

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What you need to know about spinal cord injury
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The spinal cord is a cylindrical bundle of nerves enclosed in the spine. This highway of nerve fibers connects the brain to the whole body, making it possible to perform body functions and respond to stimuli. If any part of the spinal cord or the nerves at the end of the spinal canal is damaged, spinal cord injury occurs. A spinal cord injury irreversibly...

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Calculating How Much Your Personal Injury Case is Worth
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The main reason that most people would consider filing a personal injury lawsuit is to cover actual expenses they incurred because of the injuries they sustained. These are called economic damages, and usually includes medical bills, actual and projected loss of wages, cost of medical aids or devices, and life care. According to the website of Schuler, Halvorson, Weisser, Zoeller & Overbeck, P.A., the...

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