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In the fast-paced world of personal injury law, staying ahead of the curve is crucial. Clients depend on their attorneys to provide the best possible representation, which often hinges on accurate medical chronologies. These documents serve as the backbone of any personal injury case, providing a detailed account of a patient’s medical history and… Read More »
Do You Need Help Getting the Records You Need? We have a team of retrieval specialists who will take the burden from you and retrieve all of your necessary medical records, leaving you more time to focus on the important aspects of your case. Do Medical Records Come in Faster Than Your Staff Can… Read More »
Analyzing Records for Damages “The proof is in the pudding.” “The devil is in the details.” You know those expressions – they remind us that cases are won and lost on the details. The detail-oriented inspection of medical records is time-consuming yet rewarding in revealing what happened to a patient as a result of… Read More »
Road Rage: The Deadly Cause of Crashes Many of us are angrier than we were several years ago. Stress, weariness with restrictions, loneliness, irritability, frustration, increased alcohol consumption, poor anger management skills – we can blame the pandemic for changing our coping behavior. We have read about air rage in airplanes (refusing to wear… Read More »
Heterotopic Ossification – Bones Gone Awry One of the dreaded complications of trauma and surgery, heterotopic ossification (HO) can cause significant discomfort for patients. This process creates bone where there should be none – in muscle, soft tissue, tendons, ligaments, skin, muscle, fascia, or virtually in any part of connective tissue. HO is also… Read More »
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Can I Work as a Nurse and Refuse the Covid Vaccine? Substitute doctor, nurse’s aide or other healthcare professional roles, and the question is still the same. A May 2021 lawsuit fi led on behalf of 117 Houston-area healthcare workers asserted that the Methodist Hospital System’s mandate that all employees get vaccinated violated the… Read More »