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How Can I Tell If a Person Died from Medical Malpractice?

Are you concerned that a loved one died as the result of medical malpractice? Find out what you need to

Our Firm featured on KING5 news regarding compromised medical records at Carol Milgard Breast Center

Our firm was featured last Friday on KING 5 news regarding a recent case concerning failure to properly diagnose breast

$15.2 million judgment in King County medical malpractice case

In July, Judge Erlick of the King County Superior Court awarded the family of MacKenzie Briant a $15.2 million judgment

Interplay Between Informed Consent and Failure to Diagnose Case Theories

In December of 2012, the Washington Court of Appeals issued a case containing further guidance with regard to how lack

Follow up on Levin v. United States

We now have the answer to the question regarding the Federal Tort Claims Act and the Gonzalez Act that was

McDevitt v. Harborview builds on Waples

The Washington State Supreme Court recently re-visited the Waples v. Yi decision, just as we did, albeit with regard to

Levin v. U.S., or Reconciling the FTCA and the Gonzalez Act

An interesting case was recently argued in the Supreme Court that concerns various aspects of our practice.  The case is

Fellows v. Moynihan, Possibly a Good Thing for Patients

Fellows v. Moynihan was recently decided by the Washington Supreme Court.  This is an interesting case, where the court had

Landrigan article shows alarming trend, or lack thereof

Landrigan published this article a couple years ago in the New England Journal of Medicine. It is a very interesting

Revisiting Waples v. Yi

Waples v. Yi, 169 Wn.2d 152 (2010) is over 2 years old, and we thought it no better a time

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