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Our blog is an informal way for us to provide you with tips and advice, and to give our perspective on news in the legal world.


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3/5/2015
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Antipsychotic drugs | Risks and benefits | Medical malpractice.

Learn about antipsychotic drugs and their serious side effects. Overuse can cause serious harm. Here, a malpractice lawyer describes their use.

Category: Medical Malpractice

11/3/2014
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New Supreme Court decision paves the way to suits over HIPPA privacy violations in Connecticut.

A new Supreme Court decision paves the way to allow lawsuits over HIPPA privacy breaches in Connecticut.

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10/28/2014
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Medical malpractice | Privacy | Unfair law violates privacy standards

A Florida Appeals Court upheld a Florida law that makes it possible for lawyers, and defendant doctors in malpractice cases to review private victim information.

Category: Medical Malpractice

8/20/2014
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How to get your medical records so you can review your medical malpractice case in Connecticut or Rhode Island.

Under the Department of Health and Human Services regulations you should be able to get your own medical records at a "reasonable cost." Therefore, you should not be charged large charges to get your own records anymore.

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5/4/2014
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NIH funded sepsis study compares three treatment protocols.

A sepsis study published in the March 2014 New England Journal of Medicine compared three treatment protocols for sepsis and concluded that the results were the same for each of the three protocols.

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10/22/2013
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Failure to diagnose and treat | Medical malpractice in New London, Connecticut

When a medical malpractice case is based on the failure to diagnose and treat you must focus on what harm was caused by the failure to diagnose.

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8/29/2013
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The first thing you need to do to review a potential medical malpractice case in Groton, Connecticut is to get the medical records.

The first thing you need to do to review a medical malpractice case in Groton, Connecticut is to get the medical records.

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7/22/2013
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Medical malpractice claims in Southeastern Connecticut help improve patient care and increase transparency in three ways.

Medical malpractice claims in Southeastern Connecticut can improve medical care in three ways.

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7/1/2013
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Why you must use discretion when you evaluate your medical malpractice case in New London, Connecticut.

Why you must use discretion when you evaluate your medical malpractice case in New London, Connecticut.

Category: Medical Malpractice

6/10/2013
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Bill Would Clarify the Accidental Failure of Suit Statute in Medical Malpractice Cases in Connecticut.

The Accidental Failure of Suite Statute can be used to save malpractice cases from dismissed for an improper certificate of merit.

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6/5/2013
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Super Lawyer 2013 Selection is complete and Peter J. Bartinik, Jr. is a Connecticut and New England Super Lawyer for plaintiff's personal injury.

Groton attorney Peter Bartinik Jr. has been selected a Super Lawyer as a Connecticut Super Lawyer and for all of New England.

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4/1/2013
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News Articles Highlight Scary Trend of "Retained Surgical Items"

In situations where surgeons leave items inside a person's body, two-thirds of those cases involve surgical sponges.

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