March 2021

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Can Umbilical Cord Problems Cause Cerebral Palsy?

The umbilical cord provides oxygen and nutrients to the baby. However, umbilical cord problems in utero could deprive the baby of these necessary materials, and deprivation of oxygen could cause cerebral palsy. Potential Umbilical Cord Problems in Utero The potential umbilical cord problems in Utero that may…

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Is the Louisville Nursing Homes Screening for Sepsis Process Inadequate?

Nursing home residents are vulnerable to all kinds of infections, both viral and bacterial. One potentially deadly type of infection is sepsis. At least one study suggests that nursing homes screening for sepsis can do more to prevent serious and potentially fatal sepsis infections. Bacteria that enter…

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Did Understaffing in Nursing Homes Contribute to Covid-19 Outbreaks?

Covid-19 killed an estimated 100,000 nursing home residents and workers between the beginning of March and the end of November 2020. Many others suffered through difficult illnesses. Sadly, some level of illness and death was likely, just as it was in the community at large….

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Can I Recover Punitive Damages in a Kentucky Chemotherapy Overdose Case?

Some Kentucky chemotherapy overdose lawsuits may result in a punitive damage award, but other cases will not. We explain the circumstances that could lead to an award for punitive damages. Here’s Who Is Likely to Get Punitive Damages in a Kentucky Chemotherapy Overdose Case In…

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How Brain Injuries in a Kentucky Accident Can Change the Way You Think

A brain injury can interfere with cognition and significantly change your life. If you or a loved one suffered brain injuries in a Kentucky accident, we encourage you to learn about cognitive changes, how they impact your day-to-day activities, and what to do to protect…

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