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It seems as if you hear about a new sexual abuse scandal every time you pick up a newspaper, turn on the TV, or when scrolling through one of your social media feeds. Sexual abuse of student-athletes has been prevalent in the media in recent years, but unfortunately, has always…

Florida Product Liability Lawsuits Over Sig Sauer Handgun Defect The Sig Sauer P320 is a model of handgun that was introduced to consumers in 2014 as a safe firearm with a number of features that would ensure that it would fire only when the weapon’s operator intended. Contrary to these…

Who Can be Liable for Medical Malpractice Medical malpractice is defined very broadly in the State of Florida. Medical malpractice – or medical negligence – may be committed by many different types of healthcare providers, including doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, administrators, and other health providers who care for patients on…

Formula has long been considered a viable nutritional option for infants whose mothers are unable to—or do not choose to—breastfeed, including infants who were born prematurely. However, a link has been established between a bovine-based formula and a dangerous and often deadly condition known as NEC. If your child was…

If your baby develops NEC and you believe Enfamil formula or another milk-based product was part of their feeding during their hospital stay, you may seek compensation from the formula manufacturers or healthcare providers. An Enfamil NEC attorney can evaluate your case and help you decide if a lawsuit is…

Paraquat is known as a commercial strength weed killer that has been linked to Parkinson’s disease. As a result, if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with this disease after being exposed to this toxic chemical, you may be entitled to damages for your losses and injuries. However,…

Studies and lawsuits are connecting necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC)—a potentially fatal condition significantly affecting preterm infants—with cow’s milk formula. Necrotizing Enterocolitis Explained NEC is a leading cause of illness among the 480,000 preterm infants born each year in the United States. The National Institute For Child Health and Development estimates that…

Necrotizing enterocolitis is a serious condition that commonly occurs in premature babies. In most circumstances, babies born before the gestational age of 37 weeks require medical support and care in a NICU to assist their development. Premature babies face additional challenges compared to full-term infants. While some only require supportive…

Malpractice from someone you trust may inflict injuries that change your life forever. The term “malpractice” is usually defined as when a professional fails to properly execute their duty to a client. These professionals are supposed to follow industry standards, and deviating from them often causes life-altering situations. Perhaps you’re…

Necrotizing enterocolitis can be as devastating as it sounds, especially since this condition targets newborns born prematurely or with a low birth weight. Necrotizing enterocolitis is not only deadly, but newborns that survive this condition can still endure debilitating consequences that will forever damage the rest of their lives. That…