When you go see a doctor, you have the reasonable expectation that the treatment you receive will make you better, not worse. While medical professionals can make innocent mistakes like everyone else, they have a duty under state law to perform their jobs in the way that a reasonably prudent medical provider would in the same or similar circumstances.
While you may think of Thanksgiving as a family holiday that involves little more than a feast, for many people, the last weekend in November is a veritable four-day bacchanal. In fact, the night before Thanksgiving is often cited as the busiest bar night of the year and has been nicknamed “Blackout Wednesday” and “Drinksgiving” due to the number of people who consume alcohol to excess.
Frank Hartman concentrates his legal practice in several areas, specializing in cases concerning social security disability, auto accidents, on the job injuries, slip and falls, trucking injuries, medical malpractice, and wrongful death.