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Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Prenatal Delivery Complications

April 25th, 2018

Medical complications can occur during the delivery of a new baby, and doctors are prepared to handle such complications. However, sometimes, complications occur that doctors or nurse midwives overlook. Complications can take many forms and can occur during the prenatal period as well as during the baby’s delivery that could be considered Connecticut medical malpractice. … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: Distracted Driving Causes Crashes

July 15th, 2018

There is no doubt that distracted driving is a problem on Connecticut roadways and a cause of Connecticut auto accidents. According to traffic safety experts, there are three types of distracted driving: cognitive, manual, and visual. Cognitive distractions are when your mind wanders away from driving. Visual distractions are when your eyes focus away from … Keep reading…

Tire Pressure Still Matters In the Summer

July 12th, 2018

Maintaining proper tire pressure over the summer months is just as important as the winter months to avoid a Connecticut auto accident. In the heat of the summer tire pressure can rise, on average one pound per-square inch (PSI) for every increase in temperature of 10 degrees Fahrenheit.  That means that if your tires were … Keep reading…

Alexa Coming To Boston Ambulances

July 9th, 2018

If you find yourself in Boston and need the services of an ambulance, you may find that ambulance personnel are utilizing Amazon Echo technology for medical information. This addition of technology may have a positive impact, but it is too early to tell.  Regardless of new technologies, ambulance personnel can still commit medical malpractice. Ambulance … Keep reading…

New Guidelines For Healthcare Worker Violence

July 6th, 2018

The Joint Commission has released guidelines for protection of healthcare workers, both physical and verbal. OSHA reports that 75% of workplace assaults occur annually in the healthcare sector while violence-related injuries are four times more likely to cause healthcare workers to take time off of work to recover. This Sentinel Event Alert, numbered 59, comes … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: 71% Reusable Scopes Test Positive

July 3rd, 2018

In an age where hospitals are trying to cut costs, it is important for you and your loved ones to remain vigilant about your health. Certain procedures may have the ability to take advantage of reusable tools. You may be wary of this as a recent study found that 71% of scopes deemed safe for … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: Rear-Facing Car Seats Are Safest

June 30th, 2018

A recent study has shown that children in rear-facing car seats are safe in rear-end collisions. Much of the research on rear-facing car seats has focused on side-impact or head-on collisions. Children are less likely to die in rear-end collisions, but concerns are still present as to how the crash may impact their health. Concerns … Keep reading…

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