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Category Archives: Medical Malpractice

Suicide in Prison Is Not an “Individual Choice”

Surviving family members are often mislead to believe their relative’s suicide was a private decision or was an individual choice. But thinking of suicide while in custody as an ‘”individual choice” means forgetting that many such incidents result from the negligent conduct of guards or other corrections officials. All you have to do is open… Read More »

The Cost of the Opioid Crisis on West Virginia Grandparents

The national opioid epidemic has taken a harsh and unexpected toll on older adults with grown children — especially in West Virginia, where the overdose rate is higher than it is in any other state. When these grown children can no longer parent effectively because of their addiction to heroin, painkillers or other opiates, many… Read More »

Who Can Be Held Responsible in Medical Malpractice Claims?

If you or a loved one has suffered injury or illness due to negligence on the part of doctors, nurses or other hospital staff, you may pursue a case seeking compensation through a medical malpractice claim. However, determining the party to file the suit against might be difficult, because the liable party is not always… Read More »

Hepatitis and HIV Testing Urged for Beckley Clinic’s Stress-Test Subjects

Several viral hepatitis cases appear to be linked to cardiac stress tests administered in Beckley’s Raleigh Heart Clinic. Accordingly, state health commissioner Rahul Gupta recommended hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV screening for anyone who took a stress test at the clinic between March 1, 2012 and March 27, 2015. Gupta’s letter, which was sent… Read More »

What Can I Do If I Contract An Illness While In The Hospital?

Going to a hospital is never a pleasant experience. We hope to receive the treatment we need from competent and caring healthcare professionals, heal from our injuries, and leave as soon as possible. What we don’t expect is to leave the hospital in a worse condition than when we entered it. Unfortunately, that is exactly… Read More »