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Category Archives: Medical Malpractice

3 Reasons Why Doctors Might Not Admit Fault

3 Reasons Why Doctors Might Not Admit Fault

There are a few traits that humans share with each other. One trait is never wanting to be wrong or admitting that you are wrong. No one is exempt from feeling this way: not even doctors. However, there is this misconception that doctors can never be wrong or make a mistake. Having this thought… Read More »

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E. Coli Outbreak in Tennessee: Raw Milk Might be the Culprit

There is a trend happening where people just want to drink unpasteurized, raw milk—go all natural so to speak. You may think the taste better and it might actually be “better” for you but when something is not cleaned, you might get sick from it. You wouldn’t eat out of a moldy, dirty bowl,… Read More »

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Some Medical Devices Threaten Patient Safety

Thousands of patients claim that devices left in them to improve their lives are ruining them. How can this be if there are strict rules regarding medical devices? A loophole allows for medical device manufacturers to get their devices on the market sooner. Is it worth the risk? For these companies and patients, it… Read More »

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You Are Not Alone When Medical Malpractice Comes to Visit

There are many instances you could feel alone. Feeling like you’re the only person in the world that has had medical malpractice done to them. Let us be the first ones to tell you: you are not alone. If you were, we would have no business. Don’t feel alone any longer. First, What Is… Read More »

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3 Reasons Why Hiring an RN Attorney as a Medical Malpractice Attorney is a Good Idea

Many things in life require experts. You wouldn’t want your 12-year-old repaving your whole driveway when there’s a crack in it. You call an expert to do it the right way the first time. George Tait is a Registered Nurse and an attorney who knows both the law the medicine. Reasons Why We assume… Read More »

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Wrongful Death Lawsuits

Wrongful death lawsuits are devastating to those involved. It is hard to imagine that your loved one would be with you if something hadn’t gone wrong. $150M Settlement for Semi-Truck/Car Accident A 13-year-old girl was awarded $150 million in 2013 after a jury decided that a truck driver and the trucking company was liable… Read More »

It Adds Up: Medical Malpractice

It Adds Up: Medical Malpractice

Happy Friday. It is a splendid day here in Utah and the weather honestly could not be better. It is a great day to go out with your loved ones and have an adventure. However, you have to get through work first, right? Well here’s a blog post that might just give you that… Read More »

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Personal Injury We Practice

There are so many different types of personal injury that we do here at George Tait Law. Let’s explain the different areas that we practice! Here are the areas of personal injury that we cover: Car Accidents Car accidents vary from fatal to small fender benders. We look at any variation of a car… Read More »

Mother of Two Loses Her Arm, Fingers, and Legs After Failed Diagnosis

Mother of Two Loses Her Arm, Fingers, and Legs After Failed Diagnosis

Raising children is hard. They require a lot of time and attention and can’t do too many things alone for the first few years. Imagine having to raise a nine-year-old and a seven-year-old after having both of your legs, your right arm, and your left fingers amputated. Hard to imagine right? Well, this is… Read More »

Frozen Eggs and Embryos Lost

Frozen Eggs and Embryos Lost

Starting a family is not a cake walk. Many couples experience fertility problems. These couples have a myriad of options to help them have children. These options include in vitro fertilization, surrogacy, or freezing eggs and embryos. Over the past several years, there has been a large spike in women going to clinics to… Read More »

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