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Tonsillectomy Malpractice in Syracuse

You may think that a tonsillectomy is a routine procedure with hardly any risks but the reality is that if a surgeon is not careful, the patient can suffer severe injury. If you or someone close to you has suffered … Continue reading

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Stairway/Staircase Falls in Syracuse

Stairs can become a safety hazard if they are not maintained properly. In fact, most stair related accidents would not happen if not for the carelessness of someone. If you have slipped and hurt yourself on stairs on someone else’s … Continue reading

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Umbilical Cord Issues and Medical Malpractice in Syracuse

Throughout pregnancy, the umbilical cord provides the baby with what it needs to grow properly. If your child suffered an umbilical cord complication due to medical negligence, you need to reach out to a highly skilled Syracuse medical malpractice attorney … Continue reading

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Patient Dumping Malpractice in Syracuse

Hospitals often try to maximize profits, which can be very dangerous for patients. If you or a loved one has been the victim of patient dumping, you may be entitled to compensation for your harm. At DeFrancisco & Falgiatano Personal Injury Lawyers, … Continue reading

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AT SYRACUSE, TRUTH PALES IN IMPORTANCE TO POLITICS: In the Washington Post, Syracuse law professor G…

AT SYRACUSE, TRUTH PALES IN IMPORTANCE TO POLITICS: In the Washington Post, Syracuse law professor Greg Germain points out that the supposedly bigoted and racist language used by members of a fraternity suspended after video of a satirical roast got … Continue reading

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