Tag Archives: Errors

3 common errors in BVA “continuity of symptomatology” decisions.

The BVA is a creature of habit – and they have long been in the habit of making mistakes. In fact, something like 70 – 75% of all BVA decisions appealed to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) are … Continue reading

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Diagnostic Errors from a Doctor’s Perspective

Unfortunately, diagnostic error, or the failure to establish an accurate explanation of a patient’s health problem, is all too common in the United States. In fact, diagnostic errors made up the largest share of medical malpractice claims and caused the … Continue reading

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When Chiropractic Errors Are Medical Malpractice

Chiropractic injuries are rare, but when they occur, they often have devastating consequences. If they happen to you or someone you love, it’s important to remember that you are not … The post When Chiropractic Errors Are Medical Malpractice appeared … Continue reading

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Distraction Is Among the Leading Causes of Maryland Pharmacy Errors

Pharmacists and nurses have a very important job that must be taken seriously at all times. However, medical professionals are human, and it is not uncommon for a nurse or pharmacist who is comfortable doing their job to begin to … Continue reading

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What common errors could lead to a medical malpractice claim?

When a person in Connecticut is sick or injured, their primary concern is regaining their health. What they shouldn't have to worry about is that the medical professional treating them will make a mistake. Unfortunately, physicians sometimes act negligently, which … Continue reading

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