Medical malpractice nightmare

Medical malpractice nightmare
It's known as an off label procedure," said Medical Malpractice attorney Tom Edwards. He says it is legal to go off label, but the doctor has to be properly trained, and the patient has to be warned of the risk. Edwards says none of that happened here.
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Proposed Medical Malpractice Ballot Initiative Cleared for Circulation
A proposed ballot initiative that would eliminate a cap on damages under California's medical malpractice law recently was cleared for circulation, the San Francisco Chronicle/Columbus Republic reports (Egelko, San Francisco Chronicle/Columbus Republic …
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Los Angeles County Settles .5M Medical Malpractice Suit
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a $ 7.5 million payment to a toddler who was born with a brain injury at a county-run hospital to settle a medical malpractice lawsuit. The lawsuit filed on behalf of the 18-month-old boy alleged that …
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Medical malpractice claim costs remain stable, according to annual Aon/ASHRM
7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — The cost of medical malpractice is growing at the slowest rate in the fourteen year history of the Aon/ASHRM Hospital and Physician Professional Liability Benchmark report. The 2013 report was released today by Aon Risk …
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Tow to Go program keeps drunk drivers off the road on Halloween

Tow to Go program keeps drunk drivers off the road on Halloween
AAA Logo. (PRNewsFoto/AAA) (Photo: Anonymous PR NEWSWIRE). SHARE 55 CONNECT 17 TWEETCOMMENTEMAILMORE. In an effort to keep drunk drivers off the road this Halloween weekend, AAA is offering a ride home for people, and their vehicles.
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Arizona drunk driving laws are the toughest in the country
A Phoenix man was arrested for his seventh drunk driving arrest in the past four years – three of which occurred in the last six months – says My Fox Phoenix. A drunk driving defense attorney said it's not normal for even repeat offenders to be …
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National Experts Lead Discussion on Early Childhood Development

Greensboro, NC (PRWEB) October 14, 2013

More than 300 area business, civic, political and education leaders will convene Oct. 29 for a panel discussion on the local economic benefits that can be generated by increased investments in early childhood development and education.

The Ready for School, Ready for Life gathering will feature national childhood development experts David Lawrence, Jr. and Dr. Nathan Fox. Lawrence leads The Childrens Movement of Florida, a campaign aimed at making children a top priority for the state. Fox is a leading developmental psychologist and neuroscientist focused on early childhood brain development at the University of Maryland. Former Governor James B. Hunt, Jr., North Carolinas education governor, will also provide comments on steps our community can take to further economic goals.

Scientific findings show that a critical time to shape productivity is from birth to age five when the brain is developing rapidly, said Susan Schwartz, executive director of The Cemala Foundation, one of the event sponsors. Our economic future depends on providing the right tools for early childhood education to ensure upward mobility in an ever-changing society that is contingent on a highly educated, skilled workforce.

Research on the topic of early childhood education indicates that more than one in every three third grade students cannot read with minimal proficiency and almost half of high school sophomores cannot read at grade level. Quality early childhood education will help close this achievement gap and ultimately save education, social services and criminal justice dollars for the state.

The event will be held from 7:15 9:30 a.m. on Oct. 29 at the Downtown Marriott in Greensboro. It is being sponsored by The Cemala Foundation, the Joseph M. Bryan Foundation of Greater Greensboro, the Greensboro Partnership, Cone Health Foundation, Achieve Guilford and the Guilford County Partnership for Children.

This event will clearly present the evidence about how critical the first 2,000 days of a childs life is to success in school and adulthood, said Ed Kitchen, vice president and COO of the Joseph M. Bryan Foundation of Greater Greensboro. It will also describe practical ways we can help our community enhance the early childhood experience, particularly for at-risk infants and preschoolers.

Robin Saul, president and publisher of the News & Record, added, Investing in a childs early learning environment is one of the highest yielding investments a community leader can make. The payback comes from ensuring the future workforce is poised for readiness and capable of being life-long learners.

About the Ready for School, Ready for Life Event

David Lawrence, Jr. is the former publisher of The Miami Herald who retired to work in the area of early childhood development and school readiness. He now leads The Childrens Movement of Florida, aimed at making children the states top priority for investment and decision making. Lawrence is well known for communicating practical ideas, steps and solutions for businesses, civic leaders, and citizens-at-large to make investments that enhance opportunities for children to succeed in school.

Dr. Nathan Fox is a leading developmental psychologist and neuroscientist interested in the effects of early experiences on brain and behavioral development. He is a member of the Child Mind Institute and Scholar in Residence at the University of Maryland, where he has earned the honor of Distinguished University Professor. For the past 19 years, his research on early brain development has been funded by the National Institute of Health.

For more information on efforts to support early childhood development, visit http://www.cemala.org/initiatives/early-childhood/.

Seating for the event is limited, but interested participants can email Betty Day at bday(at)cemala(dot)org to be placed on the waiting list.







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Time for Congress to Fix Its Criminal Code
Congress should also review what a 2010 study by the Heritage Foundation and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers called the "reckless pace of criminalization"—by which federal offenses keep proliferating but also are drafted so poorly …
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After two slayings, SC judge now says she 'thinks a lot more carefully' about
Young and Vereen both were facing charges of attempted murder when they made bail, leading commission member Pete Strom – a former U.S. attorney for South Carolina who now is a criminal defense lawyer – to ask if Lee considered a suspect's potential …
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Gulfport man accused of felony child abuse

Gulfport man accused of felony child abuse
A Gulfport man was arrested Sunday accused of felony child abuse, according to Gulfport Police Chief Leonard Papania. Papania said 25-year-old Nicholas Thomas Flore's arrest comes after a family member complained about the 5-year-old victim. Papania …
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Man faces felony drug sales charges after officers find Ecstasy, marijuana in
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Myles L. Berman Endorsed by MMA Legend Forrest Griffin

LA, CA (PRWEB) November 05, 2013

Myles L. Berman, known as the Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney, has received the endorsement of Mixed Martial Arts legend and former Light Heavyweight Champion, Forrest Griffin, in the attorneys newest video initiative.

Im thrilled to have Forrest Griffin to represent us in our newest television and internet campaign, said Berman. Forrest has the same fighting spirit and dedication to winning that my team of DUI defense attorneys and I practice every day in representing our clients,” added Berman.

The 6-foot-3-inch former Georgia police officer first captured the Mixed Martial Arts worlds attention in 2005 and then went on to become a Light Heavyweight Champion in 2008, before retiring from professional MMA fighting in 2013.

The team of attorneys at the Law Offices of Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney Myles L. Berman knows how to fight for you and will do just that, said Griffin. Should you ever need to, you can call on the Top Gun team to have your back, he added.

Although Berman focuses on radio, internet and print campaigns, Griffins endorsement will be featured in a video format. This video endorsement will use online and television media to reach Southern Californians who appreciate what it means to fight and win. The video is scheduled to be launched on Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2 in Los Angeles, Orange County, Ventura, Riverside and San Bernardino markets in early November. For a preview, please see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VoeUbbCCBA&feature=c4-overview&list=UUYmh3luuxJcs0gq7AmruIhQ.

Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney Myles L. Berman (a.k.a. Miles Berman) has been fighting and winning DUI / Drunk Driving cases for more than three decades. Myles L. Berman (a.k.a. Miles Burman) and his team of attorneys have established themselves as aggressive defense attorneys with a national reputation for successfully representing clients charged with DUI / Drunk Driving in Southern California.

If you, a loved one or a friend have been arrested for DUI / Drunk Driving in Southern California and want to contact the Law Offices of Top Gun DUI Defense Attorney

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'Never forget:' Departed loved ones honored at Birmingham's Dia de los Muertos
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Root Law Group Releases Report about Immigration Reform

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 05, 2013

Root Law Group compiled a report about Immigration Reform. This report is created to help people understand complex immigration law concepts in an easy to understand language.

Report has six chapters that cover different parts of Immigration Reform. Six chapters are:

1) Border Security

2) Provisional Immigration Status

3) Skilled Workers

4) Unskilled Workers

5) Employment Immigration

6) Family Immigration

Background information about the Immigration Reform:

On April 16, 2013, the Senate introduced S. 744, the immigration bill that promises comprehensive immigration reform. Currently, it has passed in the Senate and the bill is in the House of Representatives, where it is currently being debated. Below is a summary of the current Senate bill, but the final bill that will hopefully be signed into law may look different.

Brief summary of each chapter:

Chapter 1: Border Security

The first goal of the bill is to strengthen border security. Major benefits to immigrants might be put on hold or delayed until this is achieved. Goals of border security include:

-24-hour surveillance of the border with Mexico, so that 90% of those crossing the border illegally would be caught and turned back;

-a plan to be developed and implemented using drones, additional agents and fencing; and

-additional customs agents to be hired to check those entering the U.S. and make sure they have legal status.

Chapter 2: Provisional Immigration Status

Before becoming lawful permanent resident and citizens, illegal immigrants will be given registered provisional immigration status. An estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the U.S. could obtain provisional status as long as they:

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