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13Jan

Whistleblower Reveals Kickbacks Involving Local Hospitals and Nursing Homes

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Baker and Gilchrist News

Johnson Memorial Hospital and Miller’s Health Systems are embroiled in controversy over allegations that they collaborated in an elaborate kickback scheme with healthcare provider Community Health Network (CHN). The alleged illegal business deal is now the subject of a federal…

8Dec

Medical Errors May Increase Due to Lack of Discipline Against Bad Doctors

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law
Medical Errors Statistics 2018

The COVID-19 pandemic has put enormous pressure on all aspects of our lives, including the healthcare system. Doctors, nurses, and others in the healthcare field have done incredible work since the pandemic reached the United States. However, a new report…

3Nov

How to Protect Yourself and Loved Ones from Medical Errors

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law
Medical Error attorneys | baker & Gilchrist

At Baker and Gilchrist, for over 20 years the primary focus of our practice has been investigating and pursuing claims for serious injuries related to medical negligence. Our clients often express to us that they don’t want what happened to…

23Jun

IndyStar’s Nursing Home Investigation Uncovers Abuse of System

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Nursing Home Neglect

An investigation by IndyStar has uncovered systemic corruption in Indiana’s nursing home care system, allowing state officials to divert billions of dollars in federal money meant for nursing home care and instead use it to fund other operations at county…

22Jun

Can You Sue a Hospital for Emergency Room Malpractice?

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law
Emergency Room Malpractice | Baker & Gilchrist

When medical emergencies happen, it’s often up to the doctors and nurses working in a hospital’s emergency department to save a patient’s life. These healthcare providers regularly save lives and prevent further injury or illness for those taken to the…

23Apr

Most Common Emergency Room Mistakes

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law

The emergency room is a busy, fast-moving place. In fact, 139 million people visited the emergency room in the United States in one recent year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Emergency room doctors, nurses, and…

30Mar

When Should I Visit the Emergency Room?

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law

Making the decision to visit an emergency room is not a simple one for most people. Emergency rooms in Indiana are often overcrowded, which means long wait times for sick individuals who would rather be resting at home. So, when…

24Mar

Concerned About Coronavirus? You Don’t Need to Leave the House to Meet with Our Lawyers.

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Baker and Gilchrist News

We all have a duty to keep ourselves, our families, our neighbors, and our communities safe right now. This means temporarily reshaping the way we live our lives to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). At Baker & Gilchrist, we are…

13Mar

Who Can Request an Autopsy?

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law
Our Indianapolis wrongful death attorneys are here for you. If you are looking for a wrongful death lawyer in Indiana give us a call.

Losing a loved one is always a hard thing to accept. However, when family members suspect that medical malpractice was to blame for the death, they understandably want answers. Requesting an autopsy can help provide valuable information about how the…

27Feb

Do Head Injuries Cause Dementia?

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Medical Malpractice Law
Do head injuries cause dementia?

Over the past few decades, researchers have made strong connections between brain injuries and the development of Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia over time. In fact, according to the Alzheimer’s Association, one study showed that older adults who…