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  • What You Need to Know About Concussions

    A concussion is a type of brain injury caused by a blow or jolt to the head, temporarily disrupting brain function. Every brain injury should be treated seriously, though there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Concussions are as unique as the individuals themselves, affecting them in varying ways and to different degrees. Some symptoms might arise immediately in some, but take days or weeks to ...
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  • Freidin Brown's Attorneys Selected to the 2017 Super Lawyers List

    Attorneys Jonathan Freidin, Gabriel Mazzitelli, Gregory d’Incelli Selected as Rising Stars; Philip Freidin, Joel Brown Selected as Super Lawyers Freidin Brown, P.A. is proud to announce that attorneys Jonathan Freidin, Gabriel Mazzitelli, and Gregory d’Incelli were all selected for the prestigious Rising Stars ℠ list, while Philip Freidin and Joel Brown were selected for the Super Lawyers® list ...
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  • Why Brain Injuries Should be Taken Seriously

    When you suffer a blow, bump, or jolt to the head, there might not be any visible marks and you might not notice any symptoms immediately afterward, but that does not mean you are fine. Brain injuries are some of the most ignored and untreated injuries in the country, despite the potentially severe health consequences they can yield. Even the most mild brain injuries, usually referred to as ...
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  • Florida Supreme Court Strikes Medical Malpractice Damages Caps for Pain and Suffering

    The Florida Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that the cap on noneconomic damages in medical malpractice injury cases are unconstitutional. In a tough 4-3 decision justices said caps negatively affect those seriously injured due to medical negligence. As there is no evidence of a current medical malpractice insurance crisis, these caps no longer serve any purpose. This historic Supreme Court ruling ...
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  • Soft Tissue Injuries: Why They Should Be Taken Seriously

    Soft tissue injuries often happen during low impact motor vehicle accidents and can range from minor to severe, even debilitating or life threatening. Many tend to believe low-impact collisions are generally never serious, but this is far from the truth. In fact, even at a speed as low as 2.5 miles per hour, victims can sustain permanent injuries. What is a Soft Tissue Injury? This type of injury ...
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  • The Seriousness of a Child Brain Injury

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, brain injuries are the leading cause of death and disability in children and adolescents in the country. Nearly half a million of emergency department visits for brain injuries every year involve children under the age of 14. This is just the tip of the iceberg, however, since brain injuries often go on untreated and unrecorded. While ...
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  • Graco Recalls More than 25,000 Car Seats

    Graco is one of America’s most famous baby product manufacturers. They began making car seats for children in 1998 and have since been slowly growing in that area. However, the company recently had to recall more than 25,000 car seats that have been found to be inadequate at properly restraining a child during a car crash. On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety ...
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  • CAUTION: Your Social Media Accounts May Be Harmful to Your Case

    By: Jonathan E. Freidin We are constantly asked by our clients about social media and whether or not they are allowed to post while their case is pending. While some clients rely on social media for various reasons, including business in some instances, we caution all of our clients to not post anything while their case is pending. Most clients don’t realize there is very little privacy online, ...
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  • Violations of Patient Consent

    In practice of medicine, all doctors are bound to their patients, in that there is an understood relationship that the doctor will treat the patient based on the symptoms or condition. The patient must first consent to the treatment, essentially giving the doctor permission to provide care. this might encompass diagnostic examinations to prescribing medications. Defining Medical Negligence In ...
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  • Freidin Brown, P.A. Sponsors Retirement Celebration for Justice Perry

    On April 13, the Florida Supreme Court Historical Society hosted Justice James E.C. Perry’s retirement celebration, where the Florida judicial community gathered to honor Justice Perry’s distinguished career. Freidin Brown, P.A. sponsored the event, and Attorney Philip Freidin shared his personal experience working with the esteemed Justice Perry, recognizing him as both an admired colleague and ...
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  • Medicare Beneficiaries Die Soon After Discharge

    Emergency Departments Treating Healthier Populations Have Higher Rates of Death Recently, research showed that hospitals in the lowest fifth of rates of inpatient admission from the emergency department had the highest rates of early death, whereas smaller increases in admission rate were linked to large decreases in risk. This is a startling fact given that hospitals with lower admission rates ...
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  • Freidin Brown Sponsors Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy Dinner

    Freidin Brown, P.A. is proud to announce that we helped sponsor the recent Session VI of the Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy. In particular, our law firm was able to sponsor the reception dinner at ZEST on Friday, April 7 th , 2017. The Session VI gathering allowed Florida lawyers and Florida Bar members to meet-up, network, and discuss the latest developments in the legal world, including ...
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  • Attorney Philip Freidin Receives Lead Counsel Rating

    Freidin Brown, P.A. is pleased to announce that Attorney Philip Freidin has received Lead Counsel Verification. In order to earn this rating, an attorney must have significant legal experience and receive multiple peer recommendations backing his or her ability. First developed in 1997, Lead Counsel Verification is a great resource for prospective clients who are searching for a qualified, ...
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  • Miami Personal Injury Attorney Joel Brown Earns Lead Counsel Verification

    Freidin Brown, P.A. is pleased to announce that Partner Joel Brown has recently earned the Lead Counsel Verification, a significant distinction that speaks to an attorney’s demonstrated professional experience, reputation, and record of success. Lead Counsel Verification is an attorney vetting service that has been providing consumers and businesses across the country with a trusted and ...
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  • New Legislation Seeks to Limit Compensation for Medical Malpractice Victims

    Recently, a new piece of legislation was approved by the House Judiciary Committee, which would cap damages in medical malpractice cases for individuals who are insured under programs like Medicare, Medicaid, veterans or military health plans, and the affordable care act. For negligent doctors, this would be a relief, given that it makes it difficult for wronged patients to receive compensation. ...
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