Blog Archive: April 2017

Posted on Thu, 2017-04-27 15:52 by Veronica Nannis in False Claims Act

Some basic considerations when thinking of reporting health care fraud


Most employees never imagine reporting their employers. No one takes a job with their sights set on clandestinely gathering evidence for a government health care fraud investigation. But, anyone working in the health care field long enough knows that fraud is still rampant and it sometimes causes real patient harm. So, how does a loyal employee turn whistleblower, and what should you do if you find yourself in this position?

Posted on Tue, 2017-04-25 16:02 by Andrew E. Greenwald in Medical Malpractice

Cases that involve victims of brain damage can be very challenging, emotional and complicated. I believe to be successful in court, attorneys must be aware of any potential challenges he/she may face. A specific example of this is using infection as a cause of brain damage. 


Was there a fever before the brain damage was realized? Have you analyzed the mother’s screen? Was chorioamnionitis confirmed before the birth of the victim? These are just some of the questions to answer prior to building a case of brain damage caused by infection. 


Here is a checklist:

Posted on Mon, 2017-04-17 16:14 by Andrew E. Greenwald in
INSTRUMENTAL DELIVERIES
An Important Discussion About Vacuum Deliveries All Effected Families Should Read       

“It has been repeatedly shown that under modern conditions, caesarian section, although not devoid of risk, offers better results to both mother and child than does a difficult instrumental delivery.”[1]

Posted on Thu, 2017-04-06 13:13 by Megan A. Benevento in Civil Rights

Since June 26, 2015, when jubilant masses swarmed First Street in front of the Supreme Court and the White House illuminated the night with rainbow lights, lawyers, scholars, and many citizens have waited with bated breath to see how the legacy of Obergefell v. Hodges would shape the next generation of jurisprudence.