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  • October is Window Covering Safety Month
    October is Window Covering Safety Month

    As San Diego child injury lawyers, we want parents to be aware that October is Window Covering Safety Month. This year, the message of the public safety campaign is “Kids and Cords Don't Mix.” Between ...

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  • Medical Staff Often Confused by Advance Directives
    Medical Staff Often Confused by Advance Directives

    An Illinois nursing home was recently fined $25,000 for failing to follow a resident’s advance directive regarding cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Tragically, the mistake resulted in the ...

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  • When Is a C. Diff Infection Grounds for a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?
    When Is a C. Diff Infection Grounds for a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit?

    C. diff (clostridium difficile) is a bacterium that can cause illnesses ranging from diarrhea to life-threatening colon inflammation. Infections are most frequently seen in hospitals, nursing homes, ...

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  • California Hospitals Failing to Report Deadly Superbug Infections
    California Hospitals Failing to Report Deadly Superbug Infections

    While superbugs kill thousands of patients in California hospitals, many deadly infections go unreported. To protect patient safety, we need stronger federal and state regulations requiring hospitals ...

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  • Are Birth Injuries More Common at Night?
    Are Birth Injuries More Common at Night?

    Hospital patients may be familiar with the “weekend effect,” the phenomenon where patients admitted to the hospital on the weekend have less favorable outcomes. But did you know the same principle ...

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  • Top Tips from National Teen Driver Safety Week
    Top Tips from National Teen Driver Safety Week

    As San Diego injury lawyers, we want to remind our readers about Teen Driver Safety Week. The national campaign aims to deter high-risk teen behaviors, such as speeding and distracted driving, that ...

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