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November 2017 Archives

Doctor leaves practice with unresolved medical malpractice claims

When something goes wrong during a medical procedure, the patient has the right to seek answers to questions. In some cases, the doctor may be forthright about the issue, but other New York doctors may be unwilling to admit their mistakes. However, in another state, a doctor facing numerous medical malpractice lawsuits has mysteriously left his practice.

Truck accidents involving bicycles bring devastating injury

Some drivers behave as if laws don't apply to them. The result is that, not only is it unsafe to share the road with them, but their carelessness is the cause of many car and truck accidents. When New York truck drivers fail to consider other people on the road, those people may become victims of tragic accidents.

Day care closed after wrongful death of child

Parent often have mixed emotions about placing their children in day care. While some New York parents may plan all along to find care for their child and return to work, others struggle with the decision. Nevertheless, it is likely that all parents hope the day care provider they choose will be a safe and nurturing place for their children. Sadly, one family is facing the ultimate tragedy, and a day care facility may be held liable for a child's wrongful death.

4 common causes of garbage truck accidents

Garbage trucks are necessary for collecting trash and keeping neighborhoods clean. Unfortunately, these monstrous vehicles can also contribute to accidents. Due to the sheer size and weight of trash trucks, they can cause serious injuries when they hit passenger cars, pedestrians or bicyclists. 

Medical malpractice lawsuit for delayed cancer treatment

Although many find information about medical conditions on the internet, most New York patients trust their doctors to know when treatment is essential and when it can be delayed. In some cases, a doctor may delay treating a patient's condition in order to observe its progress in order to avoid a drastic procedure that may be unnecessary. However, if a doctor fails to treat a potentially life-threatening condition, the consequences may be tragic and a medical malpractice lawsuit may be appropriate.