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9 Signs a Dog Bite is Imminent

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April 8th, 2020

Summer is here and we aren’t the only ones outdoors enjoying the warm weather. Our canine friends are also visiting parks, walking streets, and hanging outdoors with their owners. Even the most mild-mannered can be aggravated enough to bite. The Humane Society advises keeping a safe distance between yourself and the dog and keep an … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Are Hospitals Responsible For Bad Doctors?

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April 5th, 2020

In many Connecticut medical malpractice cases, the hospital where the incident occurred is often named in the lawsuit. In some cases it is because the hospital shares some negligence for the patient’s injury. Sometimes it is because the hospital hired an incompetent doctor. Hospitals can be held legally responsible for hiring and retaining incompetent physicians, … Keep reading…

Connecticut Residents: Texting And Walking Is The Most Dangerous Pedestrian Activity

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April 2nd, 2020

After this winter, Connecticut residents are relishing in the warming temperatures that come with springtime. This means folks are getting outdoors and walking around. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, pedestrians are one of the few groups of road users to have experienced a fatality increase in the last several years. Additional research … Keep reading…

8 Ways Medical Record Errors Can Affect Your Health

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March 29th, 2020

Medical records are a type of roadmap; they help your healthcare providers know what in your medical past could be contributing to your current situation or what treatment has been tried in the past. Medical records, however, are reliant on your healthcare provider to input data and accurately record your history.  An error in your … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: Nurse Burnout Addressed By Joint Commission

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March 26th, 2020

Every employer has workplace culture: the way people feel about working there, the amount of stress employees are under, and much more. Nursing is a profession where burnout and stress are commonplace. Burnout and stress can cause medical errors, which can be considered Connecticut medical malpractice depending on the circumstances. This past summer, the Joint … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: 10 Technology Hazards For 2020

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March 23rd, 2020

It is no secret hospitals and health care providers are looking to streamline their processes. That also crosses over to the diagnosing and managing of health care. The ECRI Group issued a list of the top ten health technologies where things can go wrong. Missing implant data for MRI patients.  Loose nuts and bolts in … Keep reading…

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