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November 13, 2020
With Daylight Savings Comes… Medical Mistakes?

With Daylight Savings Comes… Medical Mistakes?

If you feel as if things were thrown off by changes in Daylight Savings Time, you are not alone. New research shows that medical errors increase in the days following Daylight Savings Times clock adjustments, according to a recent article on OptometryTimes.com. A 2020 study recorded incidents, as reported by Mayo Clinic Health System healthcare […]

September 25, 2020
Did Coronavirus Delay Cancer Diagnoses in Pennsylvania?

Did Coronavirus Delay Cancer Diagnoses in Pennsylvania?

Diagnoses of some common types of cancer dropped in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent article in The Philadelphia Inquirer. As health systems restricted most nonurgent medical services in the early months of the pandemic, screenings dropped as much as 96%. This analysis came from a study by Quest Diagnostics. […]

Jurisdiction: Where Can a Corporation Be Sued and Why Does It Matter?

Jurisdiction: Where Can a Corporation Be Sued and Why Does It Matter?

One of the determinations to be made before filing a lawsuit is where can each of the parties be sued so as to determine where a lawsuit is best filed. Recently, the Eastern District of Pennsylvania held that general jurisdiction by consent my be established where a Defendant’s only contact with Pennsylvania is the Defendant’s […]

April 11, 2018
Transplant Plaintiffs: Lift Time Limit on Medical Liability Suits

Transplant Plaintiffs: Lift Time Limit on Medical Liability Suits

When something like a needle or a sponge is left in a patient after surgery, it can take years for the person to feel the effects. Normally, medical professional liability claims must be filed within seven years of an operation. But when an object is mistakenly left inside a patient and causes injuries, a claim […]