June 2013

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My husband died after surgery in Louisville. How can I know if his death was caused by a surgical mistake?

After the loss of a loved one, you will likely want to know everything that happened during his procedure to be sure that his death could not have been prevented. In a medical malpractice wrongful death case, your attorney must help you prove causation—that the…

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It’s been six months since my husband was killed in a Louisville car accident. I have a copy of the police report that says the other driver refused to take a blood-alcohol test. Does that mean I should pursue a drink driving case, or is it too late?

As a grieving family member, you should be aware that there are many ways to get justice and closure for your loss. The period you have to file a suit (also known as the statute of limitations) for any car accident case in Kentucky where…

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What Happens if You’re the Victim of Kentucky Telemedicine Malpractice

We live in the digital age, and the field of medicine is no exception to our changing world. More people are conducting business remotely via technology, doctors included. Business First has recently reported that Norton Healthcare, Inc. has received a federal grant to improve its…

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Kentucky Medical Malpractice – The Problem Isn’t Just Doctors and Hospitals

It wasn’t the doctor who was negligent and caused you to suffer an injury. Instead, it was the action, or inactions, of the nurse who was assigned to care for you that resulted in your medical malpractice injury. The results of a nursing malpractice can…

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You Don’t Want to Hear That Your Baby Has PVL, Kentucky

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a diagnosis that every new Kentucky parent dreads. Caused by brain injury or malformation that occurs during brain development, it can occur before, during, or after birth. One of the four types of brain damage that can cause CP is periventricular…

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Children Recover Better From Brain Injuries, Right, Kentucky? Surprisingly, No.

The metabolism of youth is effective in helping them recover quickly from viruses and broken bones, but, unfortunately, their age is not in their favor if they experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI). With TBIs, we adults have an advantage. Recent Research Sheds New Light…

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