- Independent Duties Hospitals Owe Patients: Direct Liability for Medical Malpractice
- Skin Antiseptic Chlorhexidine: Defense against Infection Comes with Risk
- Is Stillbirth Medical Malpractice Success Directly Proportional to Weeks of Pregnancy?
- Are Medical Lien Prices Evidence of Reasonable Value of Medical Services?
- Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal: Minimally Invasive Procedure with Significant Risks
Monthly Archives: March 2017
According to the CDC in its “Facts about Stillbirth,” stillbirth, the fetal loss 20 or more weeks after a woman becomes pregnant, effects about 1% of all pregnancies. About 24,000 stillbirths occur in the U.S. annually. Stillbirth is classified as either … Continue reading
California’s Second and Third District Courts of Appeal are diametrically opposed regarding the role of medical lien purchases in determining the reasonable value of medical services where the an uninsured plaintiff has not paid for medical services. The California Supreme … Continue reading