Maternal Death Prevention Law Enacted after Widower’s Advocacy

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After the death of his wife, Charles Johnson became a champion in the fight against maternal deaths in the United States. His advocacy, coupled with that of U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler, led to the Preventing Maternal Death Act of 2018. President Donald Trump signed this significant legislation into law in December. The bill’s enactment represents a major step toward improving maternal health policies for American women. As experienced medical malpractice attorneys in New Jersey, we see far […]

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Saddle Brook Surgical Center Reports Possible Infection Exposure for Thousands of Patients

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The topic of medical malpractice at surgical centers is in the news yet again, as reports emerge that over 3,000 patients may have been exposed to serious infections including HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C, at a surgical center in Saddle Brook, New Jersey. Surgical centers in New Jersey have been the subject of public outrage, as investigations revealed lack of oversight and thousands of adverse events among patients seeking treatment. As experienced New Jersey […]

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Delayed Discovery of Possible Medical Negligence

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New Jersey Medical Malpractice Attorneys Examine Time Limits for Medical Malpractice Claims You may become immediately aware that medical malpractice has occurred because of severe complications or injuries that are simply impossible to miss. However, it is also highly common for individuals to discover a medical error months or even years after the initial event occurred. For instance, you may not know that an implement used during a prior surgery was actually left inside of […]

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New Jersey Senate Discusses Infection Control after Viral Outbreak in Wanaque Pediatric Center

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Members of the New Jersey Senate Health Committee recently called a hearing to discuss the infection outbreak in a Wanaque, New Jersey medical facility that resulted in the deaths of 11 children and 35 serious infections in other pediatric patients. The Senate investigation into this tragedy stemmed from a deadly virus that rapidly spread through the Wanaque Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, a Passaic County pediatric facility, beginning in late September of this year. The virus […]

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Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria Spreading in U.S. Hospitals, Says CDC

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Although hard to believe, you can enter a hospital in need of treatment for one condition and end up dealing with a serious infection. In certain cases, these infections cannot be effectively treated with today’s antibiotics. An infection is always a problem, but when the only treatment available cannot eradicate it, the situation can quickly become life-threatening. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria has earned its place among the most severe health threats facing the American public today. As […]

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Infections Caused by Medical Malpractice in New Jersey

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Suffered a Preventable Infection from Medical Negligence in NJ? There are a vast array of reasons why you may head to the hospital or another medical facility in New Jersey. When you need medical care for an illness or injury, have to undergo surgery or another medical procedure, are delivering your baby, or have a medical emergency, your expectation is that the hospital is the place to find help. Sadly, hospitals today are also the […]

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Fronzuto Law Group Represents Victim of Hypoxic Brain Birth Injury in New Jersey

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Fronzuto Law Group recently filed a birth injury lawsuit on behalf of an infant who suffered hypoxic ischemic brain injury and associated complications due to doctors’ failure to perform a timely cesarean section. Unfortunately, hypoxic ischemic injuries are all too common at birth, affecting thousands of children in the United States and around the world each year. The effects of these injuries are vast and complex, with potential consequences ranging from Cerebral Palsy to paralysis and […]

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Cirrhosis, Fibrosis & Fatty Liver Disease: Risk Factors for Liver Cancer

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Disorders of the liver are serious and some place you at an increased risk for liver cancer. Fibrosis and cirrhosis are among the most common liver disorders and these conditions are in fact, interconnected. Understanding the signs and symptoms of fibrosis and cirrhosis and how they develop is essential to facilitate the most effective diagnosis and treatment. Knowing if you have risk factors may also aid in the early detection of liver cancer. Each of […]

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New Jersey Jury Decides Talcum Powder did not Cause Woman’s Mesothelioma

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Consumer products and devices are intended to help us live better lives. They serve of a variety of purposes, meet our needs, and in some cases, even make us sick. Unfortunately, everyday items that you can find in your local grocery store or pharmacy can cause serious harm if they are improperly made, contaminated, or if manufacturers fail to warn about their risks. There has been an ongoing legal battle across the United States regarding […]

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The Value of a Second Opinion

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When you’re experiencing symptoms and are unsure of the cause, you seek help from a doctor assuming they will appropriately diagnose and treat your medical condition. Unfortunately, doctors make mistakes, even with years of specialized training and experience. In many cases, you won’t discover that your doctor made an error in diagnosis or treatment until you seek a second opinion. At this point, you may have already suffered serious, life-altering complications. To learn more about […]

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