Informed Consent in Cases of Medical Malpractice

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Informed Consent in Cases of Medical Malpractice

April 5, 2021 | Medical Malpractice

There is some degree of risk in every medical procedure or drug prescribed, and it is a doctor’s duty to make patients aware of them prior to treatment whenever possible. When a patient affirms that he or she understands the risks and still wishes to undergo the procedure or take the medication, this is known as “informed consent.”

Ways Social Media Sites Can Ruin Your Car Accident Claim

March 11, 2021 | Car Accidents

Posting about all aspects of our lives on social media may come as second nature, but it can have wide-reaching effects and potentially ruin your car accident claim. Without even knowing it, what you post may give an insurance company the support they need to dispute essential elements of your case. 

What To Do When The Insurance Settlement Offer Is Too Low

March 9, 2021 | Personal Injury

When you are in a car accident or suffer some other type of personal injury, you may be in the position to get a settlement from an insurance company. However, the insurance company may not offer a settlement that you believe is fair.

The Difference Between Bodily Injury and Personal Injury

March 4, 2021 | Personal Injury

When you are filing a personal injury lawsuit, there are many legal terms that you will hear and need to understand. Two of those are bodily injury and personal injury. While they may sound similar, there are significant differences in their definitions and legal meanings. 

Preparing For and Giving a Deposition in Missouri

March 2, 2021 | Personal Injury

One of the steps in the personal injury claims process is the deposition. It is a pre-trial process that can be of critical importance to the outcome of your claim. That’s why it must be prepared for and approached with special care. 

Can I Recover More Than The Insurance Policy Limits?

February 10, 2021 | Personal Injury

If you are injured by another party’s negligence, the fact that the liable party has insurance coverage does not guarantee the policy limits will be enough to fully cover your losses. Your personal injury claim may exceed the allowable coverage, and leave you wondering how you are going to pay your remaining medical bills and lost wages.

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