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August 11, 2016
Popular mythology holds that personal injury lawsuits seek benefit only for the victim and their family. This simply isn’t true. In the short video below, Dallas medical malpractice attorney John Polewski explains how personal injury lawsuits help set precedent, hold irresponsible people... Read Full Post
July 26, 2016
Not every surgery turns out the way patients would prefer. There are a number of factors that can influence the results of a surgical procedure – and some are beyond the control of doctors, nurses, and others involved in the process. However, in some cases, undesirable outcomes from a surgical... Read Full Post
July 15, 2016
Not all accidents demand legal action. In the short video below, Dallas personal injury attorney John Polewski discusses three reasons our firm may advise you to seek compensation through other methods. If you have been seriously injured due to someone else’s negligence, you are entitled to hold... Read Full Post
July 08, 2016
Nearly everyone agrees that people should be held responsible for their actions. This is a simple rule that we teach our children. Why then are some people opposed to medical malpractice and personal injury cases? In the short video below, Dallas personal injury attorney John Polewski discusses why... Read Full Post
June 24, 2016
Medical malpractice is the term for any mistakes or harm caused by your doctors or medical workers. If you believe you were harmed because of medical malpractice or negligence, our attorneys can help. Please take this quiz to find out if you need our help: To schedule a free case review, please... Read Full Post
June 22, 2016
The state of Texas has placed a damage cap of $250,000 on noneconomic damages resulting from medical malpractice. No cap has been placed on economic damages. If you have been injured or a loved one has been killed due to the negligence of a healthcare provider, Dallas medical malpractice attorney... Read Full Post
June 13, 2016
Victims of serious injury at the hands of so-called medical professionals have one of two choices: allow the injustice to go unchallenged and risk the same provider injuring someone else, or standing up and fighting for their rights and, in so doing, send the clear message that medical negligence... Read Full Post
May 20, 2016
The New York Times reports that the Food and Drug Administration has delayed until 2017 a decision on whether or not to require the manufacturers of generic medications to warn patients of the potentially dangerous side-effects of their drugs. The argument made by the manufacturers of generic... Read Full Post
May 12, 2016
Your feet and ankles contain a staggering 52 bones, 33 joints, and more than a 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments, along with a complex web of blood vessels and nerves. They are incredibly strong and resilient, a marvel of engineering that no human being could design. Unfortunately, medical... Read Full Post
April 25, 2016
The most common type of medical malpractice case is the result of misdiagnosis—accounting for nearly 25% of all malpractice claims. The most commonly cited misdiagnosis results from failure to properly diagnose cancer, particularly common among breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and prostate cancer... Read Full Post