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2016

November 8, 2016

Protect Yourself From an Ovarian Dermoid Cyst and its Danger of Severe Chemical Burns

Have you recently had abdominal or pelvic pains and a gynecology evaluation found an ovarian cyst as the cause?  Did a physician find a "dermoid cyst" (also called a "teratoma cyst" or tumor) next to your ovary and recommended surgically removal soon before it ruptures, twists, or causes infection? Is a surgery scheduled to...
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May 26, 2016

Settlement Reached in Joan Rivers Medical Malpractice Case

Earlier this month the family of legendary comedian Joan Rivers settled a medical malpractice lawsuit against Yorkville Endoscopy Clinic. Joan died September 4, 2014 just days after she went to Yorkville Endoscopy Clinic complaining of sore throat and a hoarse voice. Ms. Rivers saw a gastroenterologist, who indicated a routine, minor procedure known as...
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March 16, 2016

Injured By a Vehicle While Crossing The Road?

The City of Grand Rapids is Michigan’s second largest urban area and growing. The mayor and local officials promote an image of a safe and clean downtown and eclectic mix of walkable neighborhoods. Foot traffic has increased in Grand Rapids with new residential and commercial developments and strong urban growth. More citizens are walking...
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February 9, 2016

Online Social Media And Your Personal Injury Claim: What You Must Know

Scenario: Your friend Sarah was recently in a car crash that crushed her right leg resulting in permanent injuries. Sarah was not at fault in the accident and hires a Michigan attorney to pursue a claim against the at-fault driver (Michigan-No-Fault third-party claim). In the lawsuit, she seeks reimbursement for her harms and losses,...
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January 20, 2016

Missed or Delayed Diagnosis

Missed diagnosis and delayed diagnosis are two of the most common (and often most damaging) types of medical malpractice. Studies find 40% of medical malpractice involves a missed or delay in diagnosis. Testing errors, not ordering correct tests, improperly analyzing tests, incorrectly assessing symptoms, or neglecting to follow up on abnormal test results cause...
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