Washington D.C. medical malpractice lawyers at Paulson & Nice provide information on personal injury and medical malpractice claims in the District of Columbia.
Uber is having a pretty tough time battling lawsuits on the West Coast. Two lawsuits are aimed at Uber for the way they treat their clients as well as their drivers. The initial suit against Uber was originally filed in 2014, in both the cities of Los Anglos and San Francisco CA. The suit was […]
When we visit a doctor because we are ill, are feeling pain or because of an injury that requires immediate treatment, we operate under the assumption that the doctor has the education and the qualifications to give us the help that we need. Did you realize that your doctor also makes assumptions about you from […]
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Hospice care happens at the end of life, when a patient is coming to the end of a terminal disease, or simply passing away at the end of their lives. Hospice services can be arranged either in the patient’s home or in a facility where staff is typically on call 24 hours a day, 7 […]
In January 2016, a lawsuit, which is seeking class-action status, was filed in federal court in San Francisco, claiming that Fitbit’s PurePulse heart rate monitoring technology is inaccurate by an average of 24.34 beats per minute (BPM) to 75 bpm in some cases. The lawsuit also challenges the company’s binding arbitration policy. When Kate McLellan, […]
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Britax has issued a recall of more than 71,000 infant safety seats in the U.S., 3,900 in Canada and more than 900 in Mexico due to defective handles that can crack and break, which can cause the seat to fall to the ground. The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Consumer Products Safety […]
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