November 2011

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What is the Kentucky open records law and how do I request records?

The Kentucky open records law allows you access to records that the government has retained. You may request records by sending a letter to the Inspector General or the Department for Community Based Services. If you need help in pursuing a claim as a result…

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Low Thyroid May Be Misdiagnosed as a Mental Health Condition

In a report from SFGate, low thyroid may be misdiagnosed as a mental health condition. When you have been the victim of a misdiagnosis and suffered injuries, then you could be entitled to receive compensation. Richard L. Shames, M.D., has released a new book, Thyroid…

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The Surprising Prevalence of Medication Errors in Louisville

If you’ve been subjected to a medication error in Louisville, it’s likely that you’re not alone in the matter. If you or someone in your family has been impacted by a medication error, speak with a Louisville medical neglect attorney for a free consultation about…

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What to Do When You Suspect a Medication Error in Kentucky

When you suspect that you or someone you care about has been injured or negatively affected by a prescription medication error in Kentucky, a Louisville medication error lawyer can help you understand the full cost of the mistake and explain to you your options for…

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Pharmacy POS Software Can Reduce Medication Errors

In a report from The Point of Sale News, pharmacy point of sale (POS) software can help to reduce medication errors. When you have been the victim of a medication error and suffered serious injuries, you could be eligible to file a claim against the…

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What constitutes a prescription error by medical staff?

A prescription error is essentially any mistake in the diagnosis, prescription, dosage, administration, labeling or instructions pertaining to a medication you have been prescribed to use as part of any medical treatment. When you or someone you love has been the victim of a medication…

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