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February 21, 2020

Car Crashes in Michigan: Who Pays for My Injury?

Let’s look at a few numbers, and they’re not pretty. In 2018, there were 312,798 automobile crashes in Michigan, where over 55,000 involved injuries, and over 900 were fatal. This means that one of every 10,263 people in Michigan was killed in a traffic crash, and one of every 181 people was injured. Some...
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February 12, 2020

Radiologist Who Failed to Properly Examine CT Scan Pays Millions for Resulting Harms and Losses

How long does it take you to scan through 50 pictures on Facebook? Two minutes? What about nearly 700 pictures? Bet that would take a bit more time. But a Florida radiologist claimed he carefully looked through 691 radiology images in less than  seven minutes. Granted he wasn’t looking at old high school classmates...
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January 20, 2020

Anesthesia Error: 18-Year-Old Suffers Brain Injury Due to Anesthesia Error in Elective Procedure

During surgery, the brain requires a continual flow of oxygen-rich blood to ensure brain cells remain alive. After anesthesia is administered to a patient, it is the anesthesiologist’s responsibility to monitor his or her vital signs through the duration of the procedure. Not giving full attention to the status of a patient can result...
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December 18, 2019

Pre-Travel Holiday Road Trip Tips

Many Michiganders hit the road to visit relatives and friends during the holiday season. With potential bad weather, congested roadways, and the typical perilous conditions (i.e., traffic jams in Detroit and its many suburbs, or slippery s-curves surrounding the city of Grand Rapids), it is important to travel mindfully and with caution. Whether you...
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November 21, 2019

Should I Get a Flu Shot: Potential Protection From Unnecessary Hospital Exposure

It is the time of year where we are offered the flu vaccination at every Walgreens visit. Should you endure that simple poke of the arm? A flu shot can decrease your chance of an ER or hospital visit, avoiding exposure to a cesspool of illness. Below we explore the common questions surrounding the...
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