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August 2016 Archives

Physician Burnout Leads to Patient Injuries

Physician burnout, common among doctors, often leads to medical errors that result in patient injuries. If the problem is not treated or corrected, Illinois patients are likely to experience physician errors and medical injuries that require the assistance of a Chicago medical malpractice attorney.

Cheating while obtaining a CDL leaves many at risk for injury

State and federal laws require truck drivers to obtain and maintain a valid commercial driver's license. The Illinois Secretary of State says that Congress passed the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety of 1986 due to a prior patchwork of laws that posed risks to anyone on the road when an unqualified driver got behind the wheel of a tractor trailer. To drive a massive truck in Illinois a driver must be qualified to handle the rig (subject to specified exemptions). To obtain a valid CDL, the driver must pass a battery of tests to show his or her knowledge and ability to safely handle the vehicle.

Gruesome Mistakes Underscore Necessity of Medical Malpractice Litigation

OperatingRoom-300x200.jpgThe need for medical malpractice litigation is evident when medical care goes wrong and the hospital or physician at fault refuse to properly compensate the victim. The standard of care may vary depending on the location of the hospital and the experience of the staff. Cases involving negligent medical care or medical mistakes can be addressed by Chicago malpractice lawyers to protect the rights of the patient.

Government Tracking Hospitals to Crack Down on High Error Rates

HospitalHallway-300x173.jpgThe federal government is tracking data to crack down on hospitals that consistently commit high rates of avoidable or preventable errors in patient care. The government is relying on patient data collected by Medicare. The purpose of the program is to reduce "hospital-acquired conditions."