What Is A 341 meeting?

341 meeting bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a complex process and can be stressful for those in debt, as the future becomes unclear and uncertain. A key component in a bankruptcy case is the 341 meeting, which is often the last step before discharging debt. This meeting is an opportunity for creditors to question the debtor in the presence of a bankruptcy attorney.        Continue Reading

Ophthalmologic Malpractice and Retinal Detachments

Eye retina

A retinal detachment is an acute medical emergency that requires prompt surgical intervention for functional vision to be preserved. According to a study done by the Ophthalmic Mutual Insurance Company, there has been an increase in medical malpractice claims due to negligence associated with the diagnosis and treatment of retinal detachments. A missed diagnosis is the most frequent negligence claim for this condition. A patient’s prognosis is dependent on the duration of the detachment. Left untreated, it leads to permanent vision loss. Badgley Law Group is an Orlando personal injury law firm that has handled medical malpractice cases involving the retina. Contact us to speak to a negligence attorney regarding your claim.        Continue Reading

What happens if you have a personal injury lawsuit when you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case?

chapter 7 bankruptcy

If you’re in a personal injury lawsuit but also facing mounting debt, you might be considering bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is often considered to be the last resort but is sometimes essential for a debtor. However, it’s important to know that already being in the process of a personal injury lawsuit can affect the filing process.        Continue Reading

Malpractice Claims for Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic Malpractice

While chiropractic errors are less discussed in the medical malpractice arena, they do still happen. Chiropractic care is an alternative medical treatment that uses non-invasive, hands-on spinal manipulations to enhance joint mobility. The treatment goal is to restore range of motion and reduce muscle spasms by providing controlled, manual force to the joints. It is utilized for ailments such as acute and chronic back pain, neck pain, headaches, and whiplash related injuries. According to the American Chiropractic Association, chiropractic care is widely recognized as one of the safest medical treatment alternatives for various musculoskeletal issues. Side effects from spinal manipulation are generally considered benign and typically resolve in a short time. There can be some discomfort, including stiffness or soreness. It is touted as an effective and drug-free alternative to traditional medicine to prevent, treat, and maintain health. But what happens when things go wrong? At this point, the patient should seek an experienced medical malpractice attorney, such as Orlando lawyer Jeff Badgley at Badgley Law Group.        Continue Reading