April 2018 Archives

Falls are a leading causes of injury on construction sites

If you work in the construction industry, you know there are certain inherent risks associated with your job. Physical labor is demanding, and working with specific types of equipment can be risky. One of the most common risks associated with construction work is possibility of a fall. 

Can workers' compensation doctor face medical malpractice claim?

Construction workers in Arizona who have to deal with financial consequences along with the pain and suffering caused by workplace accidents might find it tough to cope. What would happen if a worker believes that the designated workers' compensation doctor misdiagnosed the injury or was negligent in the treatment of it? Will the injured worker be allowed to file a medical malpractice claim against the doctor?

Arizona Superior Court rules tire safety issue to be made public

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Office of Defect Investigation has reportedly advised Goodyear Tire & Rubber of its intention to determine the substance of tire failure allegations in connection with the manufacturer's G159 tire. A Center for Auto Safety director applauded the ruling of the Arizona Superior Court in Maricopa County that the manufacturer may no longer keep facts confidential about the G159 tire safety after many reports of failures. The director said information of hazardous automotive products had been kept from the public for too long.

Ruptured aorta leads to medical malpractice lawsuit

Doctors in Arizona and other states are required to meet acceptable standards of care. If loved ones are lost due to medical malpractice or errors made by doctors, the surviving family members may pursue financial relief. This is precisely what the children of a deceased mother in a neighboring state did.

Medical malpractice: Birth injuries and birth defects

When expecting parents are asked about their preference for a boy or a girl, many say it makes no difference as long as the child is healthy and normal. Sadly, medical negligence during birthing procedures has left many Arizona families with babies that will need life-long care. Questions are often asked about the differences between birth injuries and birth defects, and which of those could form grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit.

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