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Medical Malpractice Information | Denver Medical Malpractice Attorney

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Whenever we go to the doctor’s office, we have an expectation in our minds that we will be cared for, and treated effectively by the doctor. Of course, people understand that doctors are human like the rest of us, and like everyone else, they make mistakes. Unfortunately, sometimes the mistakes that doctors make can cause [...]

Operation Leaves Woman with Short Term Memory Loss – Denver Medical Malpractice Attorney

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Brain injuries can occur in many different ways but no matter the cause, brain injuries are some of the most devastating and painful injuries one can endure. The NPR.org website recently reported a tragic story about a woman who suffered a traumatic brain injury due to a complication during surgery. Gweneviere Mann experienced a stroke [...]

Denver Pharmacy Meeting Aims to Reduce Medical Errors

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The American Society of Health System Pharmacists will be holding their summer meeting on June 11-15th in Denver this year. The 2000 pharmacists will meet in the Mile High City to discuss significant changes in pharmacy. On the agenda this year is a critical topic—eliminating medication errors.   By attempting to put a “face” on [...]

Denver Family Receives $150,000 Settlement for Medical Malpractice Death

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According to the Denver Post, on December 4th, 2010, the University of Colorado agreed to pay a settlement of $150,000 to the family of a man who died after oral surgery in 2008. The 4­1-year-old dental patient had gone to the CU School of Dental Medicine complaining of pain and inflammation from an abscessed tooth. [...]

Lasik Eye Surgery and Medical Malpractice

The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) investigates eye doctors who are suspected of medical malpractice, including those suspected of unnecessarily harming Lasik eye surgery patients.  Sometimes doctors improperly perform Lasik eye surgery while attempting to treat cataracts in patients. Doctors who fail to use reasonable care during Lasik procedures may be found guilty of [...]