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Medication Errors

By Hasson D. Barnes |

Is it unreasonable to expect effective, efficient, and proper medical care in this country?  When a physician prescribes a medication to address a medical issue, shouldn’t we be able to assume we are getting the right dose of the right medicine?  The objective answer to that question is, of course, yes.  But real world… Read More »

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Medical Malpractice

By Hasson D. Barnes |

If you or a loved one has received substandard medical care that has resulted in serious harm or death, you may be feeling a bit bewildered and angry.  After all, we tend to seek medical advice and treatment to make things better, not worse.  What recourse do you have following a medical incident that… Read More »

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Choose Your Doctor Carefully: Avoiding Medical Malpractice

By Hasson D. Barnes |

The relationship between physicians and patients is a sacred one: as patients, we rely on the judgment and experience of our doctors as we seek treatment for medical issues. It is a very personal confidence, and one that, when breached, can leave patients reeling. If you have been injured as a result of a… Read More »

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Responding to Medical Malpractice

By Hasson D. Barnes |

When a 19-year-old young man collapsed and fell to the ground while out on a run, his family had to hear the agonizing news that his death was related to a heart arrhythmia that had only recently been diagnosed. His father, Dr. John James, was unwilling to accept the explanation that his son’s death… Read More »

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