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Blog Posts in April, 2017

  • 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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  • Florida Supreme Court Uphold Original Verdict in Favor of Smoker

    Philip M. Marotta was just 12 years old when he started smoking in 1959. Sadly, after 35 years of smoking two to three packs a day of R.J. Reynolds cigarettes, he was diagnosed with lung cancer and passed away at the age of 47. His son, Philip Marotta, filed suit as an Engle progeny plaintiff against R.J. Reynolds and other tobacco companies. He claimed that his father’s addiction to cigarettes ...
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