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Medical Malpractice and Negligence: Surgical Error and Recovery

Medical negligence is a vast topic, ranging from the wrong medications being administered to major complications during and/or after surgery.  Thousands of people in the U.S. annually are affected by it. However, surgical negligence is of an even greater complication. Surgery carries recognizable risk no matter which way one looks at it. Surgical risk begins with pre-surgical preparations and continues through post-surgical recovery. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics nearly half of all medical negligence claims are brought against surgeons. The mistakes made by these professionals are often preventable, and often times the cases that follow these mistakes include: •          Surgeons...

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Dog Bites and Animal Attacks in Colorado: Who is Responsible?

Thousands of people each year are bitten and attacked by animals—usually by dogs. In many of these cases, due to the lack of responsibility of the animal’s owner, the victim of such a heinous attack may be able to collect damages and ultimately be compensated afterward. Dog bites and animal attacks usually fall within the realm of premises liability law, which means that the owner and/or occupier of said premises must ensure the common areas, sidewalks and buildings are safe from danger to the general public. It is the duty of the owner and/or occupier to provide a reasonably safe environment...

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What to Know About Accidents Over the Holidays

Holidays should be a time for rest and recovery but not if that means recovery from an accident sustained while on holiday. Accidents happen every day, and holidays are the worst time for motor vehicle accidents. Holiday parties, and the vibrant celebrating that often ensues, entice greater numbers of people to take the wheel after drinking, placing other people like you and your family in danger during one of the most joyous times of the year. But not all holiday accidents involve alcohol and vehicles. Many people travel during the holidays, and yes, accidents happen wherever people go, causing various levels...

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