Medical Malpractice


Gastroenterology, digestive disorders, and medical malpractice

Gastroenterologists diagnose and treat digestive problems from the esophagus to the anus, and lots of important organs in between

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Nephrologists, kidney/renal disease, and medical malpractice

Kidneys play a critical role in filtering blood

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Vital signs: Measurement, baseline and medical malpractice

A patient with abnormal vital signs shouldn't be discharged without physician evaluation and clearance

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Coumadin (warfarin) prescription, management, and medical malpractice

Many consider Coumadin a "wonder drug," but it must be carefully managed or it can become dangerous

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Neurologist roles and neurology medical malpractice

Neurologists are medical specialists who diagnose and treat brain, spinal cord, and nervous system conditions

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How does a workers’ compensation lien work in a medical malpractice case?

Painter Law Firm's frequently asked question (FAQ) series

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Two questions to ask before hiring a Texas medical malpractice lawyer

It's important to know that the attorney you're considering to hire will personally handle your case

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Diabetes, bedsores, and medical malpractice

Diabetics have a higher risk than non-diabetics for developing bedsores

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The most common types of pediatrician medical malpractice

Misdiagnosis of meningitis and appendicitis top the list

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Colorectal cancer awareness and medical malpractice

Colorectal cancer is the most treatable type of cancer...if you get screened

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