October 2014 Archives

How are women protected from birth injuries?

A woman who has a baby goes through a lot of changes during labor and delivery. There are serious risks associated with labor and delivery that most women are well aware of. Our readers in California might be interested in learning about how the Newborns' and Mothers' Health Protection Act serves to protect new mothers and newborns from potential harm. 

Take a stand against nursing home neglect and abuse in Kentucky

If you have been following our blog, you know that we don't believe that people in nursing homes should be neglected or abused. In last week's post, we discussed the elements of a nursing home neglect case. After reading that post, you probably noticed that there are some very specific considerations for people who are filing lawsuits for nursing home neglect or nursing home abuse in Kentucky. Ensuring that those all elements of a nursing home neglect or abuse case are presented properly can be difficult. 

Birth injury profile: Perinatal asphyxia

Last week, we discussed how important it is to find representation as quickly as possible when your child is injured at birth. The statute of limitations in Kentucky limits the time you have to take action after the birth injury. Last week's post might have you wondering what types of birth injuries might occur.

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