We expect that our doctors, nurses, and pharmacists always provide top quality care and would never make a mistake with our treatment. But unfortunately, mistakes are made every day by local pharmacies that give out the incorrect medication to their patients. This happens for a number of reasons, and if you are lucky the effects…

  • Dec 05, 2018
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Few lawyers work for free, so cost is always a concern when potential clients come to meet with us. After an accident, our clients need compensation to cover medical expenses, lost wages, and other losses. They want and need as much compensation as possible, which means they naturally want to keep their attorney’s fees low.…

  • Dec 05, 2018
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In the days after an accident, your choice of attorney will be the most impactful decision you make. A good personal injury attorney can help you communicate with insurers, negotiate a fair settlement, and sue if necessary to protect your rights. Because the choice of attorney is so important, most lawyers offer a free consultation…

It is a sad fact that doctors are not perfect. Indeed, medical mistakes now stand as the third leading cause of death in the United States. Hundreds of thousands of people either die or suffer serious injuries because of medical negligence. As a leading North Carolina medical malpractice firm, one common question we receive is,…

  • Dec 05, 2018
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The National Safety Council (NSF) reports that more than 40 million Americans seek medical attention for an injury every single year. Dealing with the aftermath of a major accident can put a serious amount of physical, emotional, and financial strain on a victim and their family. If the accident was caused by the negligence of…

Medical malpractice remains far too common. Recently, researchers determined that medical errors are now the third leading cause of death in the United States. Only cancer and heart conditions are responsible for more deaths. In too many cases, negligent healthcare providers fail to take the proper safety precautions to protect patients. Multiple different parties could…

Prescription drugs are incredibly powerful. While they can quite literally save lives, they also have the potential to be extremely dangerous, even deadly if not administered properly. When a patient receives the wrong drug, the wrong dosage, or improper instructions, they may suffer severe  harm. Sadly, medication errors occur far more frequently than many people…

When you go in for a dental appointment, you reasonably expect that you will receive attentive, high-quality treatment. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Dental negligence is a serious problem in the United States. In fact, according to data published by the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB), approximately one in every seven medical malpractice…

The short answer is yes.  The truth is any licensed dentist in North Carolina is permitted to place dental implants.  A more appropriate title to the article is “Should A General Dentist Place Dental Implants?”  The answer to that question is maybe.  An unqualified general dentist who places dental implants may be liable for dental…