Your Concussion May Go Undiagnosed

Concussions are far more prevalent than most people realize. Every year, millions of Americans sustain head injuries, and a significant portion of those will be diagnosed with a concussion. Despite being so common, concussions can be deceptively complicated. Unlike a cast for a broken bone or stitches for a laceration, there’s no definitive sign on…

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What Is Pediatric Malpractice?

Our medical malpractice lawyers have seen first-hand the tragic consequences of negligence in healthcare. But there’s a particular heartbreak that comes with cases involving children. These are our most vulnerable patients, relying on adults to safeguard their health and well-being. When that trust is betrayed, the effects can be lifelong. Pediatric malpractice occurs when a…

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What Are “Lost Wages” in a Personal Injury Claim in Kentucky?

A personal injury can be a life-altering event, not just physically, but also financially. In addition to medical bills and potential long-term care needs, lost wages due to your injuries can significantly affect your ability to make ends meet. The good news is that Kentucky personal injury law allows you to recover compensation for lost…

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How Does Fault Affect a Car Accident Claim in Kentucky?

Fault plays a crucial role in a Kentucky car accident claim because it determines who is responsible for the accident and, therefore, who may be liable for damages. The driver at fault for an accident is typically determined by analyzing the circumstances surrounding the crash. This can include evaluating police reports, eyewitness testimonies, and evidence…

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Why Umbilical Cord Prolapse Is a Medical Emergency

The umbilical cord is a baby’s lifeline. It connects a developing fetus to the placenta during pregnancy. Its main function is to provide the fetus with oxygen and nutrients from the mother’s bloodstream and to remove waste products from the fetus’s blood. When a mother gives birth, the baby is born first followed by the…

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The Princess of Wales’ Cancer Diagnosis Must Be a Wake Up Call

Catherine, Princess of Wales recently revealed she was diagnosed with cancer. She did not reveal the type of cancer, but most news reports speculate it was discovered/diagnosed because of her recent surgery. Her announcement comes weeks after her father-in-law, King Charles, revealed he, too, had cancer. King Charles is 75. Princess Catherine is 42. Her…

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What Happens If I’m in an Accident on a Kentucky Bridge?

Car accidents can cause various problems, including injuries and financial challenges. Accidents on bridges, however, add an extra level of trouble. First, there are special considerations that must be taken when driving on a bridge, as they can be dangerous in the event of an accident. Cars can tumble into the river below or be…

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Ozempic Lawsuits Allege Drug May Lead to Dangerous Side Effects

Ozempic (a brand name for semaglutide) has been making the news as an effective anti-obesity drug along with other GLP-1 medications. However, it is also grabbing headlines for dangerous side effects like gastroparesis—paralysis of the stomach that makes it difficult to digest food. Anyone who used Ozempic, Wegovy, Rybelsus, generic semaglutide, or other weight loss…

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Tongue-Tie Surgeries Are Popular, But They’re Harming a Lot of Babies

The New York Times recently reported on the increasing number of “tongue-tie” procedures for breastfeeding newborns. The procedure, which has been around a long time, involves snipping “a bundle of tissue that attaches the tip of [a baby’s] tongue to the bottom of their mouth.” For some children, this procedure helps them breastfeed more effectively.…

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