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Tasked with protecting the public from negligent health professionals, the Tennessee Department of Health releases a ...
No one wants a child to suffer a preventable injury, but statistics show it can and does happen – especially when ...
The Great Trials podcast talks about some of the biggest, most important trials in American history. The show also ...
Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge is pleased to announce that Attorney Mary Ellen Morris has been elected to the Fellows ...
Blog Posts in February, 2011Blog Home
Woman receives wrong breast implants, sues for medical malpractice
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Feb 25, 2011When you think about medical malpractice -- especially surgical malpractice -- you probably think of a life-saving procedure being botched, or surgical instruments being left inside the body. A doctor's malpractice can happen in any part of diagnosis or treatment, however, and in any procedure -- including elective ones. In the case of a Virginia woman, the problem was that she underwent breast ...Continue Reading
More drop-side cribs recalled; 20 child injuries, 3 infant deaths
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Feb 8, 2011The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has announced yet another recall of drop-side cribs -- cribs that appear to be identical to defective drop-side cribs the same manufacturer was forced to recall in February 2010. The manufacturer is Generation 2 Worldwide of Dothan, Alabama. The cribs being recalled in 2011 are SafetyCraft-brand full-size and portable drop-side cribs manufactured ...Continue Reading
Will more texting-and-driving enforcement reduce car accidents?
Posted By Kinnard, Clayton & Beveridge || Feb 4, 2011When Tennessee outlawed texting and driving in 2009, enforcement was spotty. Although distracted driving an estimated 448,000 car accidents with injuries that same year, many people have ignored the law, and most drivers cited for texting were only given a ticket when they were pulled over for another traffic offense. According to a recent story in the Tennessean, the Tennessee Highway Patrol gave ...Continue Reading
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