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Hospital Infections Are Deadly Serious

A new study claims that hospital related infections are causing an estimated 100,000 deaths a year. The fix would be fairly easy, and comparatively cheap. But what are the HMO's and Hospital Chains doing about it? Nothing.

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Williams Gets $3M Medical Malpractice Verdict. 11th Highest Verdict in Virginia in 2010

Barbara S. Williams and her co-counsel Roger Creager had the eleventh highest verdict in Virginia in 2010. You can read more in the attached article.

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$3 Million Medical Malpractice Verdict Reduced to Statutory Cap of $1,925,000

A $3 million medical malpractice jury verdict will be reduced to the state cap of $1,925,000. The case was tried in Winchester in May 2010. Barbara S. Williams and Roger Creager were the plaintiff's attorneys. Please follow the link below to learn more about this case. Read More About Medical Malpractice Verdict Reduced to Statutory Cap of $1,925,000...

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Fatal Outcome Following Surgery Complication at California Hospital

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Lawsuits Can Improve Patient Safety

Limiting physician liability for medical malpractice will not help reduce health care costs, Tom Baker writes in an op-ed for the New York Times. According to Baker, research shows that there is too much medical malpractice, not too many medical malpractice lawsuits. Read More About Medical Liability Improves Patient Safety...

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Studies Show That Doctors Arrogant, Abusive and Disruptive Behaviour Can Lead to Medical Errors

A survey of health care workers at 102 nonprofit hospitals from 2004 to 2007 found that 67 percent of respondents thought there was a link between disruptive behavior and medical mistakes. Read More About Studies Show that Doctor Behavior can Lead to Medical Errors...

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Medical Device Debris Left Behind in Surgical Patients Poses Deadly Threat/Years of Suffering

Read More About Medical device debris left behind in patients presents unknown danger and can lead to years of suffering...

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