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How to Sue a Doctor for Medical Malpractice in Georgia

By Carroll Law Firm |

We rely on doctors and their knowledge when something bad happens to us, whether it is a gradually developing condition or an injury stemming from a car accident. Unfortunately, doctors sometimes make mistakes (which is why they carry insurance), and those medical errors can result in harm and negative consequences. How a Medical Malpractice… Read More »

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Can You Benefit from Using Mediation to Resolve Business Disputes in Georgia?

By Carroll Law Firm |

Mediation has become a less expensive, less adversarial, and more efficient alternative to the traditional litigation process. Mediation involves two or more parties who have a dispute and a neutral, third-party mediator who helps settle a dispute. Why Do Businesses Use Mediation to Resolve Disputes? In recent years, an increasing number of business owners… Read More »

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Medical Malpractice in Radiology: When Can You Sue a Radiologist?

By Carroll Law Firm |

Medical errors are not uncommon in radiology.  Radiologists deal with the interpretation of diagnostic imaging such as MRIs, CT scans, X-Rays, ultrasounds, sonograms, and many more. Radiology is one of the medical fields most likely to be subject to medical malpractice and negligence. Types of Medical Errors in Radiology Malpractice Researchers found that the… Read More »

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How Do You Know if Your Insurance Company Is Acting in Bad Faith in Georgia?

By Carroll Law Firm |

The vast majority of people and businesses in the United States are covered by some type of insurance, including but not limited to health insurance, auto insurance, homeowner’s insurance, business interruption insurance, and others. Although your insurance company promised to protect you if you suffer covered damages or losses – after all, you are… Read More »

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One in 10 People with Any of These Conditions Are Misdiagnosed, a Study Found

By Carroll Law Firm |

Diagnosis errors are a common problem in the United States. Anyone can be misdiagnosed during a medical examination, but a 2020 study published in the journal Diagnosis says that people with any of these three serious conditions are even more likely to receive a wrong diagnosis. The study, which was conducted by researchers at… Read More »

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FDA Recalls Brain Scanning Device Used by Surgeons (Medical Malpractice vs. Product Liability)

By Carroll Law Firm |

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has recalled a device that was commonly used by surgeons during brain surgery. According to ABC4 News, the FDA labeled it as a “class 1 recall,” which means that using the brain scanning device may result in serious bodily injury or death. The brain scanning device is called… Read More »

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How to Check Your Doctor’s Medical Malpractice History in Georgia

By Carroll Law Firm |

Many patients are curious to know whether their doctor has been sued for medical malpractice. Luckily, there are ways to check if your doctor has been sued before. However, doing so can be complicated. The most common reason why people want to know whether their physician has been sued for medical errors is that… Read More »

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What is the Standard of Care in Medical Malpractice Cases in Georgia?

By Carroll Law Firm |

If a doctor has made a medical error that resulted in your injury, you might be able to sue the negligent physician for medical malpractice. However, filing a medical malpractice claim can be complicated because you are required to prove that the medical procedure or treatment fell below the accepted “standard of care.” Failure… Read More »

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How to Deal with a Breach of Contract in Georgia Business Litigation

By Carroll Law Firm |

Business relationships typically involve a contract signed between the participating parties.  The parties’ rights and duties are regulated by the terms and definitions contained within that contract. When a party fails to perform its obligations under a contract, the other party may be able to sue for specific performance or compensatory damages. However, your… Read More »

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COVID-19: Defenses if a Party is Unable to Meet Their Contractual Obligations in Georgia

By Carroll Law Firm |

If the coronavirus pandemic has impacted your business’ ability to meet its contractual obligations, you may be considering your options to excuse performance.  Fortunately, there are contractual defenses available, but it may be difficult to use any of them unless your particular situation meets very specific requirements. Invoking a force majeure clause may be… Read More »

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