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How to Discharge Taxes in Bankruptcy

For those who find themselves in insurmountable debt, bankruptcy is often the last resort option in order to restart. But with bankruptcy comes many rules, nuances, and confusing elements that can leave the debtor feeling stressed. This stress can intensify if the debtor has incurred tax…

Missed Diagnosis in the ICU

It is difficult to conceive how many patients suffer injuries in hospitals and urgent care centers every year due to missed diagnoses. Critically ill patients in the intensive care unit, or ICU, are not immune to medical malpractice errors caused by physicians and staff. In…

Attorney Fees and Bankruptcy: What you Need to Know

Bankruptcy can leave people feeling vulnerable, scared, and uncertain about their future. In a time of so many questions and financial sensitivity, navigating through bankruptcy can be a daunting task. This is why many people facing bankruptcy opt to hire an experienced bankruptcy attorney. But with…

Medical Malpractice: What is Cauda Equina Syndrome?

With serious medical conditions, the swift action of a doctor can mean preventing a disaster or permanent damage. This can prevent that will negatively affect a person for the rest of their life. This certainly applies to Cauda Equina Syndrome, which when not treated immediately,…

Birth Injury Cases and Hiring an Experienced Medical Malpractice Injury Attorney

The birth is a child is typically a momentous occasion and a time of great joy, marking the beginning or expansion of a family. But it can quickly turn somber if the child has experienced a birth injury.  This is even more upsetting if the…

Delay in Diagnosis of Stroke

The Badgley Law Group is an Orlando personal injury law firm that has been helping victims of medical malpractice in Florida for over thirty years. Among those cases, are victims of a delay in diagnosis of stroke. According to research conducted by physicians from the…

COVID-19 Impacts Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Centers

Coronavirus cases in Central Florida’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities have continued to rise as the state starts to reopen. There are concerns that asymptomatic staff members, including hospice and home health clinicians, will be spreading the virus from one facility to another. According…

Medical Malpractice Involving Orthopedic Cases

Claims of medical errors in orthopedic procedures are common in medical malpractice cases due to the high risk of the procedures. In studies by insurance companies, most of the orthopedic claims involved perioperative and operative cases. The anatomical sites studied included the hip, knees, and the sciatic…

Medical Malpractice and Anesthesia Errors

All surgeries and medical procedures that involve the use of anesthesia can pose potential health risks. The risk of complication is almost always expressed to the patient prior to surgery, and complications can occur from anesthesia even upon receiving the best possible medical care. However,…

Medical Malpractice: Suffering From Compartment Syndrome

Delayed Diagnosis or Misdiagnosis Can Have Severe Consequences for a Patient Medical malpractice lawsuits are more common than you realize. If you are misdiagnosed or given the incorrect treatment by a medical professional, it can result in extensive bodily harm or death. If you file…

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