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Understanding ‘Failure to Diagnose’

Medical malpractice law governs different forms of negligence by healthcare providers. Here, the New York medical malpractice attorneys explain what ‘failure to diagnose’ is, and how it can lead to severe and life-changing consequences for patients.   Patients suffering symptoms or effects of medical conditions have faith and trust that their healthcare provider will perform…

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Legal Responsibility in Taxi Accidents

In large cities such as New York City, taxi cabs play a prominent role in the day-to-day transportation of millions of commuters. With over 13,000 medallion taxi cabs in the city, it is inevitable that traffic accidents and the injuries that occur as a result of them will involve a taxi from time to time….

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SPBMCC Attorneys Recover $2,250,000 for the Family of a Medical Malpractice Victim

On March 22, 2021, SPBMCC attorneys Eleni Coffinas and Elyssa Shifren reached a settlement totaling $2,250,000 for the family of a medical malpractice victim. The plaintiff, a 54-year-old mother of two adult children, passed away after defendants failed to diagnose her rare malignant spinal tumor.   About the Case   After complaining of leg pain,…

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Defining the Medical Standard of Care in Medical Malpractice

Doctors spend years of rigorous schooling and residency in order to earn the ability to practice medicine on others. While most doctors carry out their duties to a high degree of success every single day, sometimes doctors make errors that can lead to inadequate care, injuries and even death. These errors, called medical negligence, can…

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Types Of Work Injuries Common Among Firefighters

Working as a firefighter will always come with the daily safety and health risks of dangerous and unpredictable working conditions. The National Fire Protection Association releases a yearly report on United States firefighter injuries. According to the 2019 report, over 60,000 firefighters in the country were injured on the job. Below are the most common…

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