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What is the Difference Between an Allegation of Professional Negligence VS. Ordinary Negligence?

Avoiding Liability Bulletin –June 1, 2018 In past Bulletins, I have focused on the requirement of experts in any case...

Nancy Brent May 31, 2018

Nursing Staff’s Professional Negligence Causes Death of Patient

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - March 1, 2018 Lloyd Thomas, seventy-one, underwent bypass surgery and was hospitalized for eighty-four days after...

Nancy Brent March 1, 2018

Failure to Meet the Basic Safety Needs of a Patient

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - November 2015 As a certified/licensed nurse’s aide, you are involved in many aspects of your patients’...

Nancy Brent May 26, 2016

Ohio Appellate Court Nursing Care Evaluation

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - May 1, 2016 Recently, an Ohio Appellate Court evaluated a nurse’s care of the deceased patient...

Nancy Brent May 26, 2016

Home Health Care Nursing – Good Communication is Essential

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - March 2014 There are many legal concerns/issues in the delivery of home health care.  One of the...

Nancy Brent March 1, 2014

What is an “Unresonable and Foreseeable Risk of Harm” to a Patient

Avoiding Liability Bulletin - November 2013 You may remember that in one of the earliest Bulletins, I wrote about professional...

Nancy Brent November 1, 2013

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