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Nurses. When you think of a nurse what do you think of? A bright-eyed woman that is there to help you when you need help. You think of a woman that is always smiling and never seems to make a mistake. Unfortunately, that’s not true. Everyone makes mistakes. Some are more detrimental than others. As Read More…

It would seem like it would be common sense that a doctor should listen to their patients and their families. It would seem like something they wouldn’t have to be told to do. Listening is one of the most valuable attributes that a doctor can possess. There have been many instances that we have come Read More…

Medical malpractice cases can help prevent nursing home infections Medical malpractice infection cases in nursing homes are a reasonable way to stop nursing homes from infecting their patients. If the government is not willing to issue fines for repeated violations of infection control practices in nursing homes then perhaps medical malpractice cases are a necessary Read More…

Many are familiar with the McDonald’s Hot Coffee case – but do you really know what happened? The facts of the case: Liebeck was 79 years old when this incident occurred. Liebeck was a passenger in a vehicle driven by her grandson. Liebeck’s grandson pulled over and stopped the vehicle so Liebeck could add cream Read More…

At about 2:30 am on Tuesday morning in Lehi Utah there was a crash involving a car and a semitrailer. An article in the Daily Herald it appears that the car driven by an unidentified man crashed into the rear of a parked dump truck and then burst into flames. The man in the car Read More…

On Thursday March 3, 2011 the Salt Lake Tribune reported a man was driving north on 550 West in Provo when he drifted into the south-bound lane crashing head-on with another vehicle. In total four vehicles were involved in the crash. Three women were seriously injured. The man was allegedly drunk. The man was being Read More…

Twelve workers were recently scalded while working on the heating system at the University of Utah. KSL reported that a “valve that had been closed for 15 months opened, activating a pipeline that was supposed to be inactive.” Although the valve was only open for five to seven minutes more than 10,000 gallons of water, Read More…