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Monthly Archives: July 2015

Medical Malpractice Survival Guide

July 31, 2015

When you’re sick or injured, you visit a doctor. You’re hoping to feel better afterward. But what if you don’t? What if the doctor makes some kind of mistake, and …

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The Right Cure for the Wrong Disease?

July 30, 2015

Often, when you aren’t feeling well, you may wait for the illness to resolve itself before seeing a doctor. And, in many cases, that’s what happens. If the problem persists, …

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Was Your Surgical Error Preventable?

July 29, 2015

If you’re considering legal action after an unsuccessful or otherwise botched surgery, you will have to demonstrate that whatever error the surgeon or other practitioner made was preventable. You’ll need …

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Medical Mistakes and Your Pre-existing Condition

July 28, 2015

Many people may think that having a pre-existing condition might mean that you can’t file a malpractice lawsuit if a doctor makes a mistake. Given the number of news stories …

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[Legal Dictionary] Definition of Permanent Total Disability

July 27, 2015

Permanent total disability, or PTD, is a benefit paid to an employee if he or she is permanently and totally disabled. Under Indiana law, the employer’s worker’s compensation insurance pays …

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Update On GM Ignition Switch Product Liability News

July 24, 2015

The number of injuries and deaths linked to GM’s faulty ignition switches continue to mount. On Monday, July 20, administrators of a fund set up by the automaker to compensate …

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[Legal Dictionary] Definition of Pain and Suffering

July 24, 2015

“Pain and suffering” is a phrase often associated with tort law. Under Indiana law, pain and suffering is “physical or mental distress” for which one can seek damages in a …

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The True Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes in Indiana

July 23, 2015

According to the Centers for Disease Control, car crash deaths result in $41 billion in medical and work loss costs across the nation, and Indiana takes approximately $883 million of …

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[Legal Dictionary] Definition of Negligence

July 22, 2015

The word “negligence” is one of many terms that people use broadly in everyday conversation but which carries a more specific meaning when used in reference to the law. Proving …

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Back on the “Horse” – Riding After a Motorcycle Accident

July 21, 2015

After recovering from a motorcycle accident, you may have mixed feelings about getting back on that steel and chrome horse once again. Some motorcycle crashes are more serious than others …

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