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July 6, 2020

What are Common Medical Errors Made By Primary Care Physicians?

A Michigan woman went to see her doctor on a routine visit. The doctor ordered a physical and Pap smear—not unusual for a young woman—and told the patient he’d call with the results in a few days. The test is abnormal because it finds glandular cells, a dangerous pre-cancer of the cervix. The physician...
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June 26, 2020

Do Informed Patients Have Safer Surgeries?

Some of us, when faced with a tough situation like surgery, put our faith in our healthcare providers, trust everything will work out, and hope for the best. Others do all those things… but also need to have answers to all their concerns. That first group will believe the surgeon knows what he or...
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June 18, 2020

The New Age of Virtual Appointments: Embracing Telehealth and What It Means for Malpractice Cases

Telehealth is the use of videoconferencing and phone communications to assist with long-distance patient healthcare. The American Telemedicine Association says that telemedicine may involve videoconferencing, remote patient monitoring, image capturing, and the use of peripheral digital diagnostic medical devices. A healthcare provider’s telemedicine technology must comply with HIPAA, HITECH, and state regulations. Plus, healthcare providers are required...
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June 11, 2020

Motorcycle Crash in Michigan: Who Pays for My Injury?

Rockford Teen Killed in Motorcycle Crash Motorcyclist Killed in Head-On Crash South of Grand Rapids Motorcyclist, 26, Killed in Kent County Crash Motorcyclist Killed in Wyoming Crash These are just some of the tragic headlines in the past year concerning fatal Michigan motorcycle crashes in Kent County. As we approach summer, we will see...
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June 2, 2020

New Michigan Auto Insurance Law Set to Go into Effect in July

On May 30, 2019, Michigan Governor Whitmer signed auto insurance reform legislation into law. This new law, which goes into effect on July 1st, will provide different insurance coverage options, lower rates, and some additional consumer protections for Michigan drivers. While the changes sound positive, varying coverage options mean you may be able to...
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