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Nursing Home Abuse: Can I Sue If My Loved One Dies from a Bedsore?
Nursing Home Abuse: Can I Sue If My Loved One Dies from a Bedsore?

According to the Coastal Courier, a digital news outlet covering stories in South Carolina, Patricia Edwards was admitted to Coastal Manor, a nursing home, after suffering a fall at home (Edwards had a short stay at a hospital in Savannah before being moved to Coastal ...

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Blog posts in Medical Malpractice

  • How Can I Report Medical Malpractice?

    Healthcare is one of the most complicated industries due to the broad spectrum of issues patients bring to their healthcare providers. Sometimes, ...

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  • Common Defenses Against a Medical Malpractice Claim

    Medicine is an inherently dangerous practice. It requires working on someone’s body, and that work is often internal. Prescribing medicines and ...

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  • What Records Are Needed for a Medical Malpractice Claim?

    If you are attempting to file a medical malpractice claim, you will need a strong case that demonstrates the fault of the doctors who harmed you or ...

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  • The Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations in South Carolina

    Medical malpractice cases involve instances of negligence by doctors, nurses, and hospital staff that endanger patients. This includes errors in ...

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  • Tax Season & Your Personal Injury Settlement

    Many Americans were concerned during the 2019 tax season because it was the first year their returns would be affected by the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act ...

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  • Childbirth, Obstetric Violence & the Fear of Lawsuits

    The labor and delivery process can be emotionally and physically taxing for both mother and child. In most cases, the mother will automatically defer ...

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  • The Thin Line Between Medical Malpractice & Wrongful Death

    It’s estimated that acts of medical negligence are responsible for the deaths of over 250,000 Americans each year. With such a high statistic, it’s no ...

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  • Understanding South Carolina’s Medical Malpractice Damages Cap

    In South Carolina, a plaintiff has 3 years to file a medical malpractice claim. According to South Carolina Code of Laws section 15-3-545, this ...

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  • The Statute of Limitations for Medical Malpractice Claims in South Carolina

    Patients rely on healthcare professionals to provide them with life-saving treatments and exceptional medical care. Unfortunately, in the eyes of ...

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