Blog Posts in June, 2014

  • Examples of Oregon Medical Malpractice Cases

    || 18-Jun-2014

    The previous blog post titled: How to Choose an Oregon Medical Malpractice Attorney, explained the importance of selecting an experienced medical malpractice attorney who is well-versed with the complexities of Oregon medical malpractice law. Medical malpractice or medical negligence cases are very time consuming, expensive to litigate and cover a range of specialties such as birth injury, failure ...
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  • Fruity fiasco

    || 12-Jun-2014

    We hear about food borne illnesses relatively frequently, but hepatitis A outbreaks tend to be quite rare. Unfortunately, some 87 people have gotten sick with hepatitis A after consuming tainted frozen fruit purchased at Costco. The tainted fruit, attributed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to pomegranate seeds imported from Turkey, was in Costco’s frozen Organic Antioxidant ...
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  • How to Choose an Oregon Medical Malpractice Attorney

    || 12-Jun-2014

    Medical mistakes and errors by medical professionals in the U.S. are responsible for 44,000 and 98,000 deaths each year. Medical negligence or medical malpractice as it’s commonly referred to, can range from misread x-rays, birth injuries, to improper use of a medical device or implants just to name a few. Sadly, these mistakes can result in permanent injuries or death. The injured and their ...
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