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Failure to Report Medical Mistakes by Doctors, Nurses and Hospitals

Some doctors, nurses and hospitals are not as forthcoming as they should be when they suspect that a medical mistake has been made — and it is often up to the patients and their families to discover these errors.  Breaking through the cone of silence that surrounds many instances of malpractice is often difficult for Read More

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Avoiding the Most Common Mistakes Made By Consumers Injured by Dangerous or Defective Products

The biggest mistake you can make when you have been injured by a defective product is to dispose of the product, the product packaging or the receipt information. You need to preserve the evidence if you go to trial. Tests need to be conducted to demonstrate precisely how a: Device malfunctioned Prescription drug caused harm Read More

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How Degree of Fault Affects Your Right to Compensation after an Accident or Injury

In Missouri, comparative negligence laws exist to ensure that the negligent parties pay the cost of injuries only to the extent that they are responsible for causing the resultant harm.  However, comparative fault laws also motivate insurance claim adjusters to increase your degree of fault, and thus reduce the dollar value of the settlement award Read More

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