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When Oxygen Deprivation During Surgery Results in Serious Injury

Oxygen deprivation can lead to serious injury. Even if you are without oxygen for only a couple minutes, the complications can be severe, irreversible, and life-threatening. There are several reasons someone may be deprived of oxygen. But, when you are deprived of oxygen when in a hospital, under doctor’s care, or during surgery, it is […]

Pressure Cooker Attorney: How Pressure Cookers Cause Deadly Accidents & Injury

Pressure cookers can be challenging and dangerous appliances, and almost anyone who has ever used one has likely experienced splats of tomato sauce on the ceiling from a cooker that didn’t fully cooperate during the cooking process. Even seasoned chefs can have trouble with the fussy appliance when using them on fast-paced shows such as […]

Illinois Tuck Pointer Workers Compensation Guide

Tuck pointer injuries are very common in Chicago, IL. Masonry in one of the most dangerous of specialty trades, thanks to a high risk of injury. In fact, compared to other contracted jobs, masonry workers suffer the most serious injuries, and suffer them more often. According to information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost […]

Postpartum Cardiomyopathy Misdiagnosis and Failure to Treat Malpractice

What do you do when doctors fail to properly treat or misdiagnose Postpartum Cardiomyopathy? Postpartum cardiomyopathy is a rare, potentially life-threatening condition that can occur at any time from the last month of pregnancy up until five months after birth. If someone you love has had complications with Postpartum Cardiomyopathy, you might want to contact […]

Delayed reading of MRI, CT Scan or X-Ray Can Result in Death or Serious Injury

When medical professionals delay reading medical tests like an MRI, CT Scan or X-Ray, patients can suffer terrible injuries. The American Journal of Medicine finds that 15 percent of patients suffer serious injury or wrongful death due to either erroneous or delayed diagnoses, often caused by misread or the delayed reading of MRIs, CT scans […]