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  • Used Car Dealer Chain Pledges to Stop Selling Recalled Vehicles
    Used Car Dealer Chain Pledges to Stop Selling Recalled Vehicles

    As San Diego injury lawyers , we are pleased that AutoNation recently announced that it would no longer sell used vehicles subject to a recall until they have been repaired. Since car sellers are ...

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  • Are Electronic Medical Records Putting Patients at Risk?
    Are Electronic Medical Records Putting Patients at Risk?

    While technology can help improve patient safety, it is not foolproof. Electronic medical records (EMR) are a classic example, with studies confirming that they can sometimes do more harm than good. ...

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  • What Can Injury Victims Do to Help Their California Personal Injury Case?
    What Can Injury Victims Do to Help Their California Personal Injury Case?

    As San Diego accident lawyers , injury victims often ask what they can do (or should have done) to help their personal injury case. This is a great question because there is a great deal that can be ...

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  • What Are the Most Common Medical Errors in the ICU?
    What Are the Most Common Medical Errors in the ICU?

    Patients admitted to the intensive care unit generally have serious medical conditions that require careful monitoring. However, as San Diego medical malpractice attorneys, we know that medical errors ...

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  • FDA Orders Duodenoscope Makers to Study Device Cleaning Protocols
    FDA Orders Duodenoscope Makers to Study Device Cleaning Protocols

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently ordered the three leading manufacturers of duodenoscopes to complete post-market surveillance studies regarding how the devices are cleaned. The ...

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  • Medical Errors at VA Facilities Are Rising As Investigations Decline
    Medical Errors at VA Facilities Are Rising As Investigations Decline

    Even though medical errors are on the rise, healthcare facilities run by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) are conducting fewer investigations into their causes, according to the United States ...

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