December 2020

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In a KY Malpractice Case, Should I Take the Money the Hospital is Offering Me if I Promise Not to Sue?

In a KY malpractice case, if the hospital is negligent, you shouldn’t take any money before you speak with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer. What the Hospital Wants From You The hospital wants to settle your medical malpractice case for as little money as possible…

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Kentucky Elmiron Lawsuit: When Vision Damages Occur From Interstitial Cystitis Medication

Elmiron, the brand name for pentosan polysulfate sodium, is a prescription drug used to treat bladder discomfort and pain caused by interstitial cystitis (IC). The FDA approved the drug in 1996, and its patent expired in 2010. Janssen Pharmaceuticals, a division of Johnson & Johnson,…

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Paragard IUD Lawsuit: Risks of Intrauterine Devices That Can Cause Permanent Damage

If you or a loved one suffered an injury from the Paragard IUD (intrauterine device), you might be eligible for financial compensation. But, how can you tell if your eligible to file a lawsuit for a malfunctioning Paragard IUD? That’s where our dangerous medical device attorneys…

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Kentucky Brain Injury Lawyers Answer 4 Important Brain Contusion Questions

Your doctor has delivered the news. You have a brain contusion. While the diagnosis provides you with some answers, it likely also leads to additional questions. Below, our experienced Kentucky brain injury lawyers will try to answer these questions for you so that you have…

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How Can Nursing Home Negligence Impact Residents With COPD?

COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, makes it hard to breathe. Nursing home residents with COPD need a proper diagnosis and treatment plan to live as comfortably as possible. Unfortunately, when nursing home negligence occurs and the staff fails to recognize COPD symptoms or fails…

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Can Difficult Residents Really Fall Victim to a Nursing Home Wrongful Eviction in Kentucky?

Some people are not easy to get along with. They might be confrontational, stubborn, or just plain mean. That doesn’t change when someone enters a nursing home. However, nursing homes are responsible for caring for the difficult residents just as they do the easy-going residents….

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