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January 2016

What is Rheumatoid Arthritis and is it Treatable?

By David Kulwicki|2019-03-18T22:01:56+00:00January 25th, 2016|FAQS|

As a medical negligence attorney, I am often consulted about various medical conditions and recently the topic of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) came up. What is RA and how does it differ from other forms of arthritis? What type of doctor do I need to see if I suspect that I have RA or have a [...]

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May 2014

FAQs: Does my Doctor have to Testify?

By David Kulwicki|2016-06-09T18:06:26+00:00May 1st, 2014|FAQS|

A frequently asked question: Does my doctor have to testify? Answer: It Depends. Great what good does that do? Well to begin with this is a hotly debated topic as many doctors refuse to get involved in any type of litigation even if it will benefit their own patient. Doctors are frequently advised by risk [...]

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September 2013

FAQs: What is Uninsured and Underinsured Coverage?

By David Kulwicki|2019-03-18T22:02:28+00:00September 20th, 2013|FAQS|

Our Frequently Asked Questions include: What is uninsured and underinsured motorists (UM/UIM) coverage?  This question often arises early in the course of representing a client who suffers personal injury as a result of a motor vehicle accident (MVA).  They want to know what insurance limits apply.  First, we look to the "tortfeasor," i.e., the party that [...]

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August 2013

FAQs: Do You Handle Cases In Other States?

By David Kulwicki|2019-03-18T22:02:34+00:00August 7th, 2013|FAQS|

We can handle cases occurring in other States in the circumstances described below.  If we cannot represent you, we still may be able to help. We belong to a national network of medical malpractice attorneys who share information and resources with one another. We would be pleased to refer you to a capable attorney who practices in your [...]

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May 2013

May Is Stroke Month

By David Kulwicki|2022-02-17T23:11:53+00:00May 3rd, 2013|FAQS, Stroke|

Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability in the U.S.  Many strokes, also called cerebral vascular accidents or CVAs, are preventable with proper medical advice, such as controlling hypertension or anticoagulating certain patients with atrial fibrillation ("A Fib").  When a CVA occurs, if care providers act quickly, treatments exist to reverse its effects, such as [...]

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March 2013