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Honored by Martindale-Hubbell for 2020-2021

Just got word that I have been honored with an AV rating, the highest honor awarded by Martindale-Hubbell. This rating has been long respected in the legal circles and means my peers in the bar and judiciary believe my legal skills get an "A" and am "V" very ethical....

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Staying Centered

I try to write my blogs and any advertising when I'm sitting on a bench in down-town. People watching always helps me stay centered on real people in the hustle and bustle of life. These things should not be written in a library or behind some big lawyer desk....

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STANDING UP TO BULLIES

There's no doubt I'm pretty tied up representing people involved with serious and catastrophic injury cases. I'd go into another line of work immediately if all that bad stuff could come to an end. Well, why on earth would I put up a billboard looking to help people...

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Physician’s Assistants, the Shadow Doctors?

There are not enough doctors in the U.S. to go around. Overworked medical offices are starting to use physician’s assistants in their place. “If you are the kind of person who goes to a doctor’s office to see the doctor for a prescription or an in-office medical...

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E-records Keep Patients Safe, or Do They?

E-record keeping is supposed to be the bee’s knees? But is it? “Are patients really safe when e-records are used?” asks Charlie Donahue, a Keene medical malpractice lawyer with offices in Keene, New Hampshire. “They may or may not be, but a recent study indicates the...

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Financial Medical Malpractice on the Rise

Medical malpractice is not always the result of a botched operation. It may be the result of medical billing abuse. “While most people think of medical malpractice as a failed operation or a misdiagnosed illness, there is another form of medical malpractice beginning...

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Dead Surgeon Sued For Medical Malpractice

It’s not often a dead doctor gets sued for medical malpractice. In this strange case, a doctor’s estate is being sued for negligence. The year was 2008. The woman in this case consulted with a plastic surgeon about the process required for reconstructive surgery,...

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Beware of Back-up Blind Zones Behind Your Car

Accidents happen in the strangest of ways. In this instance, a man backed the family car over his son and wife. The day started out like any normal day, except that this family was going on a special trip to introduce the 8-year-old to the local science center. The...

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