Omission, Negligence, And Communicating With Terminally Ill Patients
5 May 2016
If you are a young doctor who has recently started working with cancer patients, then you may not know how to speak with terminallly ill individuals just yet. Even if you think you are an expert when it comes to communication, research suggests that doctors overestimate their ability to speak with patients clearly and effectively. In most cases, poor communication will cause a breakdown in the doctor and patient relationship. However, when a cancer patient is terminal, your lack of communication skills may be seen as negligence on your part.
Yard Sale Injuries: 3 Factors That May Impact Your Case
19 April 2016
As spring rolls through and the weather gets nicer, the amount of yard sales increase across the country. While yard sales, garage sales, and flea markets are great places to get bargain prices, there are also some risk factors that could lead to an injury. If you've been injured at a yard sale or similar event, there are three factors that may impact your case. By working with a personal injury attorney, you can have your case represented and use evidence to help seek a settlement for your injuries.
4 Questions for Finding a Good Motorcycle Accident Attorney for Your Case
24 March 2016
When seeking compensation for injuries sustained during a motorcycle accident, you need an attorney who has experience with these kinds of collisions. While any personal injury attorney may be legally able to represent you, one that specializes in motorcycle accidents will be most qualified to argue your case. A motorcycle accident attorney will be familiar with the nuances that are unique to motorcycle accidents as compared to generic auto accidents. Here are four questions you can use to find just such an attorney.
2 Mistakes Young People Commonly Make After An Auto Accident & How To Avoid Them
9 February 2016
While vehicle accident rates are often alarming high during any given year, auto collisions and the injuries and deaths associated with them skyrocketed in 2015. Statistically, young people, especially teenagers, are more prone to being involved in auto accidents for a variety of reasons, including lack of experience on the road. However, not every accident that involves a young driver is their fault. Lack of driving experience also means that many young drivers have not developed natural defensive driving skills that help protect them from bad drivers on the road of all ages.