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June 2013 Archives

Tis the season for medical malpractice

Many New Jersey residents are apprehensive when it comes to having surgery; however, research indicates that there may be better times than others when it comes to getting procedures done. Some studies indicate a spike in medical malpractice during certain times of the year.

Tis the season for medical malpractice

Many New Jersey residents are apprehensive when it comes to having surgery; however, research indicates that there may be better times than others when it comes to getting procedures done. Some studies indicate a spike in medical malpractice during certain times of the year.

Man arrested following death of soccer dribbler

New Jersey readers might be interested in a recent development in the death of a Seattle man. He had just set off on a quest to dribble a soccer ball from Seattle to Brazil in time for the World Cup. Instead, he became the victim of a pedestrian accident. The driver of the pickup truck that hit the man was arrested on a charge of criminally negligent homicide.

Man arrested following death of soccer dribbler

New Jersey readers might be interested in a recent development in the death of a Seattle man. He had just set off on a quest to dribble a soccer ball from Seattle to Brazil in time for the World Cup. Instead, he became the victim of a pedestrian accident. The driver of the pickup truck that hit the man was arrested on a charge of criminally negligent homicide.

Distracted walking nearly as dangerous as distracted driving

New Jersey readers might be interested in a new survey released by Liberty Mutual Insurance. The survey revealed that 60 percent of pedestrians admit to walking while talking on the phone, texting or emailing. In addition, 70 percent say that they know that doing those things while walking is dangerous.

Distracted walking nearly as dangerous as distracted driving

New Jersey readers might be interested in a new survey released by Liberty Mutual Insurance. The survey revealed that 60 percent of pedestrians admit to walking while talking on the phone, texting or emailing. In addition, 70 percent say that they know that doing those things while walking is dangerous.

Man sues after surgeries result in disfigurement

New Jersey residents may be interested in a bizarre case in which a 35-year-old man has sued his surgeon for malpractice, claiming that his nose has become completely deformed after 24 surgeries in seven years. He was initially supposed to have had only one surgery for a minor adjustment to his nostrils; however, he had a second procedure by the same surgeon in an attempt to correct a minor breathing problem. The subsequent surgeries were an attempt to correct further complications, and most of them were performed by the same surgeon.

Man sues after surgeries result in disfigurement

New Jersey residents may be interested in a bizarre case in which a 35-year-old man has sued his surgeon for malpractice, claiming that his nose has become completely deformed after 24 surgeries in seven years. He was initially supposed to have had only one surgery for a minor adjustment to his nostrils; however, he had a second procedure by the same surgeon in an attempt to correct a minor breathing problem. The subsequent surgeries were an attempt to correct further complications, and most of them were performed by the same surgeon.

The typical life in New Jersey is priceless

People may find it difficult, if not impossible, to put a monetary value on a human life. Many might say that life is priceless, and most would agree that life is irreplaceable. Unfortunately, due to the negligence of third parties, individuals may become involved in fatal accidents.

The typical life in New Jersey is priceless

People may find it difficult, if not impossible, to put a monetary value on a human life. Many might say that life is priceless, and most would agree that life is irreplaceable. Unfortunately, due to the negligence of third parties, individuals may become involved in fatal accidents.

Misdiagnosis more common than other errors

New Jersey medical patients might be interested to hear that misdiagnoses are more common than other types of medical errors, including drug errors or surgery on the wrong person or body part. A pediatric infectious disease specialist for the Georgetown University School of Medicine discovered this after he was told over and over again that the pain he was experiencing in his throat was merely due to acid reflux. It was, in fact, due to cancer.

Misdiagnosis more common than other errors

New Jersey medical patients might be interested to hear that misdiagnoses are more common than other types of medical errors, including drug errors or surgery on the wrong person or body part. A pediatric infectious disease specialist for the Georgetown University School of Medicine discovered this after he was told over and over again that the pain he was experiencing in his throat was merely due to acid reflux. It was, in fact, due to cancer.

Head-on collision leaves three injured

A New Jersey car accident on May 30 left three women hospitalized. Emergency personnel responded to the accident at around 8:22 pm near the intersection of Route 46 and Reservoir Road in Washington Township. All three women were listed in fair condition as of May 31.

Head-on collision leaves three injured

A New Jersey car accident on May 30 left three women hospitalized. Emergency personnel responded to the accident at around 8:22 pm near the intersection of Route 46 and Reservoir Road in Washington Township. All three women were listed in fair condition as of May 31.

DWI charges pending for driver

A woman involved in a deadly two-car crash in New Jersey on May 19 is facing charges for driving while intoxicated. The early morning wrongful death of a 21-year-old New Jersey taxi driver involved his taxi and the woman's Ford Escape. She and her 26-year old male passenger were seriously injured in the accident as well. All individuals involved in the incident were transported to the hospital.

DWI charges pending for driver

A woman involved in a deadly two-car crash in New Jersey on May 19 is facing charges for driving while intoxicated. The early morning wrongful death of a 21-year-old New Jersey taxi driver involved his taxi and the woman's Ford Escape. She and her 26-year old male passenger were seriously injured in the accident as well. All individuals involved in the incident were transported to the hospital.

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