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April 4, 2023

Do Physicians Exploit Addiction For Financial Gain?

“Pill Mills”-What Are They? A “pill mill” is a doctor’s office, clinic, or other healthcare facility that regularly prescribes or dispenses controlled substances when they are not needed. These prescriptions are provided without a medical necessity and outside the course of a normal professional practice. Pill mills dispense quantities of pharmaceutical drugs that are...
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March 29, 2023

Examples of the Worst Medical Errors

Medical malpractice happens when a hospital, doctor, or other health care professional—through a negligent act or omission—causes an injury to a patient. This negligence might be from mistakes in diagnosis, treatment, aftercare, or health management. Such errors can lengthen recovery, create new physical complications, and even result in death. Some mistakes are incredibly horrible....
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March 10, 2023

Michigan Apology Laws and Medical Malpractice

"It's always too late for sorries, but I appreciate the sentiment.” British Author Neil Gaiman wrote that in The Ocean at the End of the Lane, a 2013 novel. And while “sorry” may not do much in some situations, it may have an impact on a patient who’s been injured by medical malpractice. What...
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March 2, 2023

Out-of-State Residents in Michigan Car Accidents

Michigan roads are full of motorists moving to and fro. Michigan has over 7.2 million licensed drivers, and there were 117.3 million visitors to our state in 2021. And while not all of these visitors arrived by car, many drove or rented a vehicle in the state. Plus, there are millions of people who...
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February 23, 2023

What are the Laws in Michigan Concerning a Minor’s Right to Healthcare Without the Knowledge or Consent of their Parents.. and When is Parental Consent not Required?

A minor in Michigan is a person 17 years or younger. A parent or legal guardian must provide consent on behalf of a minor before health care services are provided. Minors need a parent/guardians permission for the following: • Vaccines (including HPV); • Mental health medications; • Inpatient mental health treatment; and • An...
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