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Blog Posts in July, 2010

  • Brain Injuries Can Cause Seizures Many Years Later

    Miami brain injury attorneys know that brain injuries can have long-lasting effects, but a new study reports that brain injury victims can develop seizures decades after the initial injury. The study was published this month in the journal Neurology. It followed a group of 199 Vietnam veterans who suffered brain injuries. Thirteen percent of the participants developed post-traumatic epilepsy more ...
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  • Many Physicians Would Avoid Reporting Medical Malpractice

    A surprisingly high percentage feels it is not their job, according to a recent survey. Most people expect that doctors who become aware of substandard medical practice by colleagues will take measures to report and rectify the substandard practice. Most doctors say that that is what they would do. But by "most," I mean only 64%. This probably is less of a surprise to Miami medical malpractice ...
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  • Miami Wrongful Death Case For Slain NSU Professor

    Miami wrongful death attorneys file lawsuits on behalf of decedents' survivors for damages resulting from injuries that caused the decedent's death. In other words, if someone caused the death of a loved one through negligence or deliberate violence, you can sue that negligent person or entity on behalf of your loved one, and recover compensation for your loss. That is exactly what has been done ...
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  • Miami Veterans Given Colonoscopies With Dirty Equipment

    Miami medical malpractice attorneys are watching a situation unfold in which patients at the Miami-area veterans' hospital were given colonoscopies with equipment that was not properly cleaned. The failure to properly sterilize the equipment put the patients at risk for many infectious diseases, including HIV. It is estimated that 2400 patients received colonoscopies with the unclean equipment. ...
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  • Interstate 95 Stated to be Nation's Most Deadly

    It is certainly a dubious distinction. The Internet website The Daily Beast states that Florida's I-95 interstate, which traverses most of Florida's eastern coast, from north of Jacksonville down to Miami, is the nation's deadliest superhighway. The website relies upon statistics supplied by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration. Those numbers show that, from 2004 to 2008, ...
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  • Burned in Car Accident - What Are the Issues for Burn Injuries?

    A student from FAU was recently in a terrible car accident. He ran over some debris on Interstate 95 and broke down. Then a car rammed into his SUV, and the SUV caught fire. Now he's lying in a coma with burns over 50% of his body. People who stopped to help on the road said that the victim, Frantzdy Cherisma, 26, had had his clothes melted to his skin. His father, Celius Cherisma, has cut his ...
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