Driving under the influence is a major issue in the United States. We see many cases every year of people injured, or worse, killed, by impaired drivers. As we work these cases, we are often heartbroken alongside families, just trying to get justice for their loved one.
When it comes to dealing with a medical problem, you want to know you can trust your doctor’s diagnosis. Many times, your doctor relies on various tests and clinical reports to reach a diagnosis. What if these reports turn out wrong?
Have you considered everyone involved in your birth injury? Even if you trust your OB-GYN or primary physician, there could be some negligence or delay that was caused by another party. At the Law Office of Robert A. Miller, we sometimes find that imaging and related issues are responsible for our clients' injuries.
Preeclampsia is one of the most mysterious and dangerous medical conditions a pregnant woman can experience.
Birth injuries can shatter the lives of mothers, their newborns and family members, but it is important to keep in mind that things can also go wrong during a pregnancy. In some instances, these hardships are the result of a medical professional's negligence, and there are various reasons why pregnant mothers may find themselves in this position. From issues involving medication to a doctor's failure to monitor the pregnancy properly, these issues can have a detrimental impact on the lives of families. Sadly, many have endured hardships that could have been avoided altogether had the mother received proper care.