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How Does a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Occur?

One of the worst injuries you can sustain in an accident is a traumatic brain injury (TBI). These injuries are often some of the most devastating. After all, your brain…
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Medical Malpractice

What Is the Difference Between Negligence and Medical Malpractice?

While we trust doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals not to make mistakes when providing treatment, this isn’t always the case. When medical professionals err, it can turn a routine proc...
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What Medical Malpractice Victims Need to Know About Oklahoma’s Tort Reform Law

When you’ve been injured by a medical professional’s negligence, the emotional toll can be overwhelming. When doctors make life-changing mistakes, it can take months and years not only to recover (...
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Proving Medical Negligence in a Malpractice Case

Proving medical negligence is the basis for a successful medical malpractice claim, but it’s also a major hurdle in many cases. Often, when a patient suffers injuries during medical treatment, it’s...
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When Are Medication Side Effects Grounds for a Lawsuit?

Everyone who’s taken prescription drugs understands they have side effects. It’s the price we pay to access the incredible healing power of our best medications.  Unfortunately, the system for a...
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“Approved” Medical Devices Can Still Put Patients in Danger

Patients place a great deal of trust in their doctors as well as the drugs, procedures, and devices those doctors recommend. For most people, this is a necessary part of receiving medical treatment...
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Is It Medical Malpractice? Understanding the Law in Oklahoma

We place a lot of trust in our doctors, nurses, and hospitals. When medical mistakes occur and lead to health complications and other bad outcomes, it’s understandable for the victims to feel angry...
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What You Need to Know Before Suing a Hospital for Malpractice 

Medical malpractice takes place whenever a healthcare professional falls short of or fails to meet professional medical standards. If a doctor prescribes a certain medicine or suggests a certain st...
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Dangers associated with Mirena IUDs

In 2001, Bayer Pharmaceuticals introduced Mirena to the American market, an intrauterine device (IUD) that promises to be 99% effective for 3 to 5 years. It is prescribed as birth control, as a tre...
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How drugs are deemed harmful

Prescription medications and drugs in general can be extremely helpful in treating injuries and ailments, but they can also cause a lot of harm. Unfortunately, drugs are oftentimes misused or presc...
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Is Essure Birth Control Safe?

Essure is a popular birth control implant that is used by women throughout the United States. However, recent studies indicate that the birth control device may not be as safe as once thought. Befo...
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Understanding Umbilical Cord Injuries and Medical Malpractice

Birth injuries are extremely serious, especially when they could have been prevented. As any parent can attest to, you rely on the experience and knowledge of doctors and nursing staff to ensure yo...
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New Study Highlights Seriousness of Medical Errors in Surgery

We are all aware of how serious and life-changing medical errors can be, especially if they occur during surgery. In fact, a mistake or error in judgment made during surgery can result in permanent...
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