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October 2019 Archives

Failure to diagnose preeclampsia and birth injuries

Planning and preparing for the birth of a child is an exciting time; however, it is also a time for changes and concerns. During a pregnancy, expectant mothers in New York and elsewhere have routine check-ups to ensure that everything is fine and that they are healthy. Failing to consider certain risks or assess for various possible complications could put the mother and baby at risk.

Helping you understand your rights following a birth injury

Preparing for the birth of a baby is an exciting time in life for those in New York and elsewhere. This is true whether it is their first child or not. But with any pregnancy, many fears can arise. Oftentimes expecting mothers are worried that something will go wrong during their pregnancy, they will deliver too soon, or issues will arise during labor and delivery. Although there are risks even with the healthiest pregnancies, the unfortunate reality is that some birth injuries are caused by the negligence of a medical professional.

Man killed in Tully construction site accident

Construction workers are in one of the most dangerous occupations. There are many ways in which a New City construction worker can be injured on the job, which is why putting safety measures in place is so important. A recent tragic accident in Onondage County illustrates the importance of taking this action.

New York woman left with injuries following routine biopsy

Many New City area residents will have to undergo a biopsy during their lifetime. A biopsy is a routine procedure to check a small area for cancer. These are important procedures to check an abnormal growth, mass, etc. and to offer patients an answer as to whether they have cancer or not. Most of the time these procedures go as planned, but for one New York woman, the procedure left her with unexpected consequences.

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