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Botched Circumcision Claimed in Lawsuit

December 12, 2018

Is a bad circumcision grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit? It’s a procedure routinely performed countless times daily in hospitals across the nation, though envisioning the procedure could make many parents weak in the knees. Male infant circumcision is typically performed in the hospital at only one-day old. In fact, it’s done so often without…

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Medical Negligence: Removing a Healthy Organ

December 11, 2018

Is it medical negligence to remove a healthy organ? Patients facing surgery are often nervous about the procedure they are undergoing and the recovery and/or rehabilitation that may follow it. Hoping that medical negligence doesn’t occur is also normal. Sometimes patients are so anxious they leave surgeons reminder notes on their bodies using markers so…

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Negligence Alleged Over Presumed Opioid Overdose

December 10, 2018

Is a police officer negligent treat an asthma victim for an opioid overdose? There are few things scarier than an asthma attack for a victim and their family as they know every moment matters in the fight for oxygen. When help arrives, it generally brings a measure of relief—except when the first-on-the-scene police officer treats…

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Can I still sue a daycare for negligence if I signed a waiver?

November 21, 2018

Kansas City daycare negligence attorneys are the ones to call if you know or suspect a child has been injured or abused in a daycare setting. Serious injuries that might require ongoing physical and/or psychological medical care can happen in a daycare setting due to lax supervision, poor judgment, careless errors, and even intentional abuse…

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Suit Threatened After Tot Scalded at Restaurant

November 12, 2018

Q: Is a hot water burn accident grounds to sue a restaurant? Every single day, countless cups of hot scalding water or coffee are served by waitstaff to patrons in restaurants across the country. Personal injury lawsuits arise when accidents occur and people get burned. But to prevail in your lawsuit, you must establish liability–which…

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Dangers at Festivals are Grounds for Lawsuits

November 5, 2018

Q: Who is responsible for injuries or deaths at festivals? Each fall, families flock to pumpkin patches for seasonal fun which often includes activities like pumpkin picking, hayrides, bounce houses, corn mazes, and more. Unfortunately, sometimes things go wrong which could lead to a wrongful death or personal injury lawsuit. Premises liability attorneys handle personal…

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Death on the Job

October 18, 2018

Q: Can I sue if I got hurt at work? It was a terrible day in the neighborhood when co-workers on the set and restaurant patrons nearby saw and heard the commotion after a sound technician from the movie production crew for the new Mister Rogers movie reportedly fell 2 stories to his death. An…

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Tram Accident Causes Drama at Missouri Theater

October 15, 2018

Q: Can I sue for injuries in a tram accident? As anyone who’s ever been to a theme park can attest, the biggest problem you might expect when boarding the tram for a ride from the parking lot to the park is remembering which section you parked in– so you can find your car at…

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The Dangers of Daycare

October 8, 2018

Q: What is daycare negligence? For many parents who choose to leave their babies in daycare while they work, the decision on who to trust with their care is complex. Naturally, parents want a loving and nurturing environment for their children and have high expectations of those they trust with their children’s lives. Daycare negligence…

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Assessing Wrongful Death Damages

September 30, 2018

Q: Who can sue for wrongful death? Apparently, a boxing champion may be capable of inflicting serious personal injury outside of the ring as well as in it. Unlike a professional opponent who assumes the risk of injury upon entering the ring, a fellow driver on the roadways does not. A grief-stricken husband and father…

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