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Physicians Urged To Ease Off On Medical Radiation Use

“Let’s get an x-ray of that.” Millions of patients have gone under the beam to help their physician diagnose an illness or injury. But most of the time these days, the doctor isn’t ordering a plain old x-ray, but a more sophisticated and accurate CT scan. Accuracy comes with a price. A single CT scan […]

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Troubled Team Doctor Could Lose License

San Diego Chargers team physician David Chao, M.D. faces the suspension or revocation of his license to practice medicine for what California regulators call “acts of gross negligence” against three patients in 2007 and 2010. The California medical board’s action is the latest blow to Chao, who recently lost a malpractice suit by a patient who […]

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New Jersey Moves To Protect Patients From Medical Negligence

When the terms medical malpractice or medical negligence are heard, people most often think of surgical errors, incorrect records, or birth injuries. One area of medicine that may be overlooked is in the area of prescription management. Doctors must be equally as ethical in their handling of prescription drugs as they are with any other […]

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New Jersey Parents Beware Dangerous Product Posing As Desk Toy

On July 9 we wrote about the dangers of magnetic products for children in a post titled, “Magnet ingestions highlight dangerous product parts.” Since that report was issued, more specific cases have emerged that shine a light on a dangerous product that many New Jersey residents may have in their home or office. The latest […]

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New Jersey Woman Files Medical Malpractice For Poor Treatment

A woman has filed a civil lawsuit against a man who she says was negligent in providing her laser treatment for hair removal and that the man also violated her privacy with this treatment. The woman alleges that the medical malpractice suit arises from conduct of the man, who had represented to her that he […]

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New Jersey Court Rules Couple Can Sue For Wrongful Death

In retrospect, there are a wide range of things that each party involved in a tragic New Jersey shooting might have done differently. None of this hindsight will be able to bring back a New Jersey couple’s son, who died by gunshot at the hand of his own brother. However, the New Jersey Supreme Court […]

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Medical Malpractice Cases Can Devastate New Jersey Parents

New Jersey readers may be interested in the story of a mother who has filed wrongful death and medical malpractice lawsuits against a jail and hospital she alleges are responsible for her son’s 2010 death. The man allegedly died in police custody after being struck on the head and knocked to the ground by another […]

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New Jersey Families A Warning About A Dangerous Hair Product

A young girl from a state to our south suffered a serious injury from an uncommon source. According to family members, the now-7-year-old girl was kicking a soccer ball around a couple of years back when she lost her balance and fell backwards. She landed on her head and became the unwitting victim of a […]

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Magnet Ingestions Highlight Dangerous Product Parts

New Jersey children, like all children, are curious and as such are likely to experiment by touching and tasting almost anything. Children’s natural affinity for chewing on their toys and other objects they get their hands on may lead to illness. Parents need to be ever on guard because contact with a dangerous product may […]

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Medical Malpractice Claims May Lessen With Electronic Records

When doctors, nurses or other medical providers make errors of any kind, the result may be challenging and difficult to overcome for New Jersey residents. Unfortunately, medical malpractice concerns are a reality that many people face. However, a recent study shows that one way patients may feel more assured of their care is by choosing […]

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