In accordance with the latest County, State and Federal guidelines, our offices will be temporarily closed to the public effective this Monday, March 16th. However, all attorneys and staff will be working remotely, full-time, to ensure you receive uninterrupted service. Rest assured, we are open for business and ready to assist you. Please call or email at your convenience.
We are very glad to meet with clients virtually in order to reduce unnecessary travel or limit in-person contact during these challenging times. Your peace of mind is our first priority.

Is a delayed diagnosis grounds for medical malpractice?

When you are injured or unwell, health care providers are paid to use their knowledge to identify and treat your ailment. If the provider fails these duties and your condition worsens as a result, you likely have grounds for a medical malpractice claim. Many of these...

Which cancers are the most often not caught/diagnosed?

It is hard to think about doctors making mistakes or missing diagnoses that may be detectable. However, it does happen. One of the diseases with the highest percentage of delayed or missed diagnoses is cancer. Unfortunately, cancer claims the lives of many. The...

It’s true: Doctors make more mistakes in the summer

No one wants to think about the possibility of something going on during surgery, or while they are staying at the hospital. Medical malpractice is frightening to consider, but mistakes do happen.   The July effect It is not as though more people are discovering they...

Most dangerous cancers in women

Health and wellness are a top priority for many. That said, there are many different illnesses and diseases present in your everyday life. It can be hard to keep track of all the different ailments you can suffer but it is important to be aware of them so you can...

Which cancers are the most dangerous?

People are diagnosed each day in the United States with some form of cancer. It can happen to you at any time. According to the National Cancer Institute, that number is more than 38%. It is also the second leading cause of death, behind heart disease. That means that...