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Category: Professional Liability

Denial by Jerry Jones: Link between CTE and Professional Football

03/29/2016
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An all too familiar campaign of denial. It seems like every week a different retired football player from the National Football League publically reveals their private struggles with post-football related health issues, and particularly those attributable to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, or CTE.  CTE is a progressive degenerative disease found in […]

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Prescription Drugs — Confusing names and sounds can be dangerous

12/8/2015
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Approximately 1.3 million people are injured annually in the United States due to medication errors by pharmacies.  The most common mistakes made by pharmacies include improper dose/quantity, wrong patient, or improper instructions on the vial.  The most common error involving medications was related to administration of an improper because medicine, […]

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Florida’s Pharmacies — Gatekeepers of Dangerous Prescription Drugs

08/4/2015
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Many Americans suffer from long term, chronic pain requiring intensive pain management.  Complex pain management is a recognized specialty, typically involving anesthesiologists trained in how to properly treat and manage chronic pain, including patients that require powerful narcotic medications.   The management involves detailed and thorough physical examinations, laboratory and radiologic […]

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Nursing Homes — A Danger of Abuse and Neglect

01/3/2014
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There’s a reason Florida is known as the Sunshine State.  We enjoy year round weather that allows us to enjoy outdoor festivities with our families, friends, and loved ones.  There are those of us like myself who were born and raised here and are likely never to leave.   There are […]

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