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Kelly on Malpractice

Theories of liability

Kelly on Malpractice 2.0

Only Textbook in Tennessee devoted exclusively to medical malpractice litigation.

When to Sue in a Personal Injury Case

While many personal injury cases settle without ever filing a lawsuit, it is important to understand that filing a lawsuit may be necessary to resolve your case. An experienced personal injury attorney can help you decide when is the right time to sue in order to protect your rights and potentially get the compensation you need.

Will I Need to Testify at Trial?

Atlanta personal injury lawyer Charles Allen discusses some common questions about testifying during trial for a personal injury case.

Georgia Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury

The Statute of Limitations is the law which governs the amount of time a person has in which a claim for personal injury must be filed against the at fault party.

What to Do if Your Teen Driver Is in an Accident

The basics of what to do at an accident scene are the same for teens and adults. But teens are less experienced and often afraid of what will happen, meaning they are more likely to say or do something that could cost you later.

Whats my case worth?

"How much is my case worth?" is always answered by, "It Depends."

What are My Rights if My Doctor Failed to Diagnose a Stroke?

Statistics from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal that stroke is a leading cause of death in the US, killing 140,000 people annually at a rate of about one every four minutes. Even more disturbing is that only 38 percent of Americans recognize the signs of stroke and know the importance of calling 911. Health care professionals are specially trained to realize when a patient is in distress, even when they don’t necessarily specialize in neurological disorders. When a doctor fails to diagnose stroke, a patient can suffer serious, long-term brain damage and disabilities that could have been avoided

Uncovering the True Cost of Your Child’s Birth Injuries

It should come as no surprise that the costs of raising a child are considerable, but there are certain expenses that you look forward to and expect. From food and diapers at the earliest ages to college and sports later on, you have an idea of how to prepare. Your world is turned upside down if you’re hit with the news that your baby suffered birth injuries.

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