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Medical Malpractice Claim Requirements

Medical malpractice happens when the patient is harmed by the doctor or some other healthcare expert who fails to efficiently perform his/her medical duties. The rules about the medical malpractice for when to bring the lawsuit is to must notify the doctor in advance. These rules also differ from state to state. But there are some principals and a broad range of categories of rules that are applied to most of the medical malpractice cases. Here is an overview of some of the special rules and laws. Requirements for the Claim To prove that the medical malpractice happened claimant must… Read More

The Impact Of An Independent Medical Exam On An Auto Accident Claim

An Independent Medical Exam or IME is not an independent exam per se. It is actually an exam conducted by someone who has a direct conflict of interest in the results entailed. Typically an IME is conducted by a doctor of either your own insurance company’s choosing, or the other party’s insurance company’s choosing. In this exam, the doctor is trying to disprove what you and your doctors are claiming regarding your injuries. Their primary objective is to find a means of denying you the monetary compensation that you deserve. Sometimes, a plaintiff’s own insurance company may require them to… Read More

Types Of Cancer Surgeries And Their Differences

Surgery is common after cancer diagnosis. But there are many types of cancer surgeries. Their purpose, outcome, scope and other factors also vary widely. Some surgeries work to remove as much cancer as possible, while others achieve different goals. Some other goals include removing enough cancer to improve quality of life, or removing enough for diagnosis and staging. Making things even more confusing, some surgeries work for some patients, while other patients will not benefit. Because your cancer differs from anyone else’s in its biology, DNA, characteristics and other factors, your treatment plan also differs. You may undergo surgery for… Read More

Are Health Care Professionals Penalized After Making A Medical Mistake?

It has come to the attention of many individuals that doctors and other health care workers aren’t being held accountable when they make a mistake during a given procedure they are performing. Whether it be surgery, or a less invasive procedure being performed, doctors often make mistakes that go unnoticed, or are simply left unaddressed. And what does that result in? Injured patients left to suffer and physicians still employed and practicing in the medical field. Take Dr. Pachavit Kasemsap who was accused of “slicing an aorta while trying to remove a gallbladder” or “connecting a woman’s rectum to her… Read More

Breast Implant Litigation Disease Claim Update

June 3, 2019 Disease Claim Submission Final Deadline Did you receive a notice from Dow Corning regarding your settlement rights? Are you’re a registered claimant with acceptable proof of Dow Corning but have not submitted your Disease claim? Eligible diseases and conditions in Disease Option 1 are: Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome (PSS) Mixed Connective Tissue Disease (MCTD)/Overlap Syndrome Systemic Sclerosis/Scleroderma (SS) Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) Polymyositis (PM) Dermatomyositis (DM) Eligible diseases and conditions in Disease Option 2 are: Systemic Sclerosis/Scleroderma (SS) Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) Polymyositis (PM) Dermatomyositis (DM) General Connective Tissue Symptoms (GCTS) ELIGIBLE DISEASES What are the eligible diseases… Read More

Disease Claims Guidelines

SF-DCT Criteria for Polymyositis and Dermatomyositis Claims SF-DCT Criteria for Primary Sjogren’s Syndrome SF-DCT Criteria for Mixed Connective Tissue Disease SF-DCT Criteria for Overlap Syndrome SF-DCT Criteria for Scleroderma SF-DCT Criteria for GCTS (General Connective Tissue Symptoms) SF-DCT Information For Atypical Neurological Disease Syndrome (ANDS) Claims SF-DCT Dear Doctor Letter SF-DCT Criteria for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) SF-DCT Criteria for Atypical Connective Tissue Disease (ACTD) Disease Claimant Information Guide June 3, 2019 Disease Claim Submission Final Deadline Did you receive a notice from Dow Corning regarding your settlement rights? Are you’re a registered claimant with acceptable proof of Dow Corning… Read More

Per ACA Regulations, Most States Have Expanded Health Insurance Coverage For Obesity Treatments

Since 2012, the Affordable Care Act has allowed states to select pre-existing insurance plans as the statewide “benchmark” in order to support better and more uniform health plans. However, in many cases the coverage is limited to medically-recognized diseases, which led to a process of defining what could and couldn’t be covered under ACA plans. Over the last few years, obesity has been added to the list of medically recognized conditions, and two types of coverage for diagnosis and treatment of obesity were put in place. As a result of these additions, most policies from 2015 onward will now cover… Read More

Why Do So Many Philadelphia Residents Need To Contact A Personal Injury Attorney?

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Boston Dow Corning Breast Implant Claim Lawyers

Do You Need Help With Your Boston Dow Corning Silicone Gel  Breast Implant Class Action Claim? The Dow Corning Breast Implant Saga Continues The Law Offices of Robert Fenstersheib and Sheryl Berkowitz continue to review Boston claims for the Dow Corning Breast Implant Class Action. It is 2014 and we still continue to hear from women who need help, support and assistance with their claims for compensation. We have spoken to 100’s of women. We understand what you have been thru. Believe it or not, it is over  14 years since the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) demanded that… Read More

Baltimore Breast Implant Class Action Lawyers

Do You Need Help With Your Dow Corning Silicone Gel  Breast Implant Class Action Claim? The Dow Corning Breast Implant Saga Continues The Law Offices of Robert Fenstersheib and Sheryl Berkowitz  continue to  review claims for the Dow Corning Breast Implant Class Action. It is 2014 and we still continue to hear from women  who need help, support and assistance with  their claims for compensation. We  have spoken to 100’s of women. We understand what you have been thru. Believe it or not, it is over  14 years since the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) demanded that the manufacturers… Read More

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