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Can Robots Performing Surgery Be Considered Connecticut Medical Malpractice?

January 17th, 2018

The short answer is yes, robotic surgery complications can be Connecticut medical malpractice. St. Mary’s Hospital in Waterbury is now using surgical robot technology as part of the outpatient surgical team. Robotic surgery utilizes tools that are attached to the end of a robotic arm and the surgeon manipulates the arm to perform the procedure … Keep reading…

Connecticut Pedestrian Accident: 3 Stratford Students Struck In Front of School

January 17th, 2018

Three students were struck by a vehicle in front of Franklin School in Stratford a few weeks ago. Sadly, pedestrian accidents are all too common. If your loved one was injured as a result of a Connecticut pedestrian accident, there are a few steps you should take for resolution. Get seen by a doctor. Whether … Keep reading…

Avoiding Connecticut Personal Injury While Renting Property

January 14th, 2018

Several people were injured when an East Hartford deck collapsed. While injuries were not life-threatening, three people were injured. If you or a loved one is renting a home or another piece of property as a primary dwelling, you may want to consider these safety precautions prior to signing a lease. Call the city building … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Patient Hand-Offs Wrought With Mistakes

January 11th, 2018

Patient hand-offs, whether a patient is airlifted to another healthcare facility or transferred from the emergency room to another part of the hospital, are chock full of areas where there can be gaps in care that could be considered Connecticut medical malpractice. This is so much of an issue the Joint Commission issued a Sentinel … Keep reading…

5 Ways to Keep Your Child Safe In the Car

January 8th, 2018

Traveling with kids can be fun and exciting, for you both, but on top of the normal demands of caring for children comes the added responsibility for keeping them safe while on the road. The following are some simple steps you can take to keep everyone in the car safe and avoid a Connecticut auto … Keep reading…

CDC Launches New Guidelines to Handle Sepsis

January 5th, 2018

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) launched a campaign to bring attention to the dangers of sepsis, a complication from the body’s response to fighting off an infection that can cause organ shutdown, tissue damage, and death. The fact that a person is septic is not Connecticut medical malpractice, but how their body got to … Keep reading…

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