Multiple lawsuits have been initiated against three cardiologists and a hospital in Northwest Indiana. These medical malpractice charges involve unnecessary cardiac surgeries and other invasive procedures. According to recent news reports, these range from open heart surgery to pacemaker implantation. At least one person has died from complications related to the procedures. The recent slew of…

The Fatal Four in Construction Accidents According to OSHA, the most common types of construction accidents resulting in death on site are classified as the “Fatal Four.” These common construction site accidents are: falls, being struck by an object, electrocution, and getting caught in or between equipment and machines. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration…

When it comes to brain injuries, many people mistakenly think that it has to be a severe injury to warrant a call to a brain injury lawyer.  But a study that was published July 16, 2014 in Neurology says differently. This study discovered that even mild brain injuries can impact the brain matter and cognition…

On Monday, November 3, 2014, medical technologies giant Stryker agreed to pay at least $1.43 billion to settle defective hip implant lawsuits filed by injured patients who underwent revision surgeries to remove the implant. The hundreds of lawsuits that have been filed against Stryker stem from two hip implants that Stryker recalled in 2012  due to corrosion and…

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