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What Happens If You’re Injured By An Uninsured Driver?

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

If you’ve been in a car accident, you have likely experienced multiple damages. Property damages, medical bills, emotional trauma, and lost wages can be overwhelming and expensive. Insurance exists to help offset or even fully cover these costs. The insurance of the person at fault should cover these damages, but what if that person doesn’t […]  Read More»

Sharing Notes with Patients Helps Reduce Doctor Mistakes

Friday, June 26, 2015

In today’s medical world, doctors don’t always have the time that patients need. Technology and insurance have changed the medical landscape over the past few decades, some things for the better, and some, for the worse. To improve communication, a new trend within doctor-patient relationships has emerged. A program called Open Notes allows medical professionals […]  Read More»

Electronic Health Record-Related Malpractice Suits on the Rise

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Electronic health records (EHR) have become standard in today’s medical field. Creating faster, more accessible charting and communication, both doctors and patients are taking advantage of this system. However, these programs can introduce problems, including misdiagnosis of medical issues and an increase in medication errors. History shows that malpractice suits tend to rise with technological […]  Read More»

Work Injuries May Result in Poverty

Friday, June 19, 2015

In the state of Illinois, an employee must show that “he or she has sustained accidental injuries arising out of and in the course of employment” to receive workers’ compensation benefits. However, since the passing of the 2011 workers’ comp reform law, these benefits have begun to diminish in an effort to protect employers from […]  Read More»

June is National Safety Month

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Every June, as summer officially begins, the National Safety Council celebrates National Safety Month. Thousands of organizations across the U.S. help the Council bring awareness to the importance of safety in our homes, highways, and communities. This year the Council is including the subjects of transportation safety and emergency preparation. Slips, trips and falls are […]  Read More»

Trucking Accidents and How They Happen

Friday, June 12, 2015

Trucking accidents can change lives in an instant. Anyone involved in an accident with a large truck may find searching for a cause to be confusing and exhausting. As with car accidents, drivers and equipment play huge roles in each situation. However, with large trucks even more complications may arise. Parties involved can include truck […]  Read More»

Tips for Choosing a Good Nursing Home

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

When choosing a nursing home for your loved one, focus on four main principles: location, quality of life, level of care, and cost. There are many underlying factors that support each of these principles. Below are various tips to help you grade a facility in each category. The first step in the process is to […]  Read More»

Traveling Safely This Summer

Friday, June 05, 2015

All over the country, summer is vacation season. Most vacations involve travel, and with travel comes an increased risk of accident and injury. That being said, taking vacations is essential to recharging, refreshing, and enjoying life. Instead of foregoing this summer’s vacation to avoid heavy traffic, flat tires, and aggressive or distracted drivers, use the […]  Read More»

How to Avoid On the Job Injuries

Tuesday, June 02, 2015

Work injuries can range from minor (carpal tunnel syndrome) to severe (falls from high places). Some of the more serious injuries can be life-threatening and even fatal. However, the majority of injuries fall somewhere in between these extremes. On the job injuries can occur to any worker in any vocation, and the vast majority are […]  Read More»

How Defective Medical Devices Slip Past the FDA

Friday, May 29, 2015

If you’ve experienced uncommon, debilitating symptoms after a surgery involving a medical implant, you may be the victim of a defective medical device. Examples of medical devices that can be defective include knee or hip replacements, forms of birth control, and bone grafts. All surgical devices must be approved by the Food and Drug Administration […]  Read More»