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Remembering Veterans Beyond Veterans Day

It is easy in this Hallmark, holiday driven world to get caught up in celebrating something or someone on its designated day.  But we should not forget them the rest of the year either.  That is certainly true for celebrating and appreciating veterans.   We practice law out of Roanoke, Virginia.  That means it would…[Read More]

The Justice System – like the Superbowl? No way. Much more unpredictable.

IS JUSTICE JUST? SOMETIMES. DOES THE BETTER TEAM WIN THE SUPERBOWL? SOMETIMES.  When someone calls our office and it is clear to our attorneys that the medical care they received was negligent (meaning, below the standard of medical care one should receive), and as a result of this negligent care they suffered a serious injury,…[Read More]

Greater Risks in Virginia’s Rural Hospitals

I just finished reading a disturbing article in the December 27 issue of the Wall Street Journal titled, “New Risks at Rural Hospitals.”  The article describes a relatively new program put in place by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) designed to provide financial assistance to small rural hospitals.  Good idea right?  Maybe…[Read More]

The first Christmas without.

For many of the people we represent in medical malpractice cases who have lost a family member, the holidays take on a different meaning.  Rather than cheer and joy, sadness can take over.  As I’ve talked to some of our clients over the past few weeks, I have been reminded of this reality.   And…[Read More]