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Are Connecticut Drivers Relying on Auto Technology Too Much?

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December 12th, 2018

If you have purchased a new vehicle in the last several years, technology has become more and more commonplace. From back-up cameras to safety technology, there is both good news and bad news. Driver safety technologies would prevent 2.7 million auto accidents nationwide and 9,500 deaths.\, if installed on all vehicles. Unfortunately, many drivers are … Keep reading…

Robotic Surgery Complications Can Be Connecticut Medical Malpractice

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December 4th, 2018

Robotic surgery utilizes tools that are attached to the end of a robotic arm and the surgeon manipulates the arm to perform the procedure on the patient. In Connecticut, medical malpractice cases can be filed when the patient has suffered a significant injury with permanent effects, including death. Many hospitals are using robotic surgery tools … Keep reading…

Violations Revealed at 29 Connecticut Hospitals

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December 1st, 2018

Knowing that you or a loved one need to go into the hospital for a medical procedure can produce a lot of uncertainty. The Connecticut Health Investigative Team prepared a database with inspection reports from state health officials revealing violations that compromise patient safety. The database has inspection reports from 2016 through September 2018. Hospitals … Keep reading…

Connecticut Medical Malpractice: When Surgeons Make Mistakes

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November 28th, 2018

Connecticut medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare provider deviates from the standard of care and the patient is permanently harmed. Medical malpractice can include not referring a patient to a specialist for further testing, incorrectly performing a procedure, ordering the wrong medication, and not informing the patient of a less invasive procedure. A man died … Keep reading…

Hospital Negligence: Doctor Burnout Can Cause Patient Safety Concerns

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November 25th, 2018

Every employer has workplace culture: the way people feel about working there, the amount of stress employees are under, and much more. A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found that physician burnout can potentially put patients at risk. Patient safety errors can be considered Connecticut medical malpractice depending on the circumstances. The study … Keep reading…

New Connecticut Laws That Went Into Effect October 1

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November 22nd, 2018

When the clock struck midnight on October 1, over 75 new laws went into effect in the State of Connecticut. Below are some highlights: Fatality during an auto accident. Police and investigators are required to report the accident to the State’s Attorney in the district it occurred if they are unable to determine cause. The … Keep reading…

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