Baker and Gilchrist News

12Feb

Caroline Gilchrist: 2016 Top 25 Women Indiana Super Lawyer

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Baker and Gilchrist News, Medical Malpractice Law
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As a female lawyer for over 33 years, Caroline Gilchrist’s goals have simply been to do her best on behalf of her clients and represent her profession in an honorable way.   Some of the best rewards over the years has…

25Jul

Stroke Care: Why You Must Act FAST

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Baker and Gilchrist News
Common Stroke Symptoms

Strokes happen suddenly and if you aren’t aware of the warning signs, things could turn potentially fatal in a matter of moments. Because strokes are a leading cause of death in the United States—killing nearly 130,000 Americans, and because there…

15Mar

Caroline Gilchrist Interviewed in Televised Report on Surgical Safety

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Baker and Gilchrist News

IU Health is spending more than $250,000 in new technology to reduce surgical errors at its hospitals – and an Indianapolis lawyer says that is good news for patients. Caroline Gilchrist, a partner with the medical malpractice law firm, Baker…

26Oct

Wrong Body Part Operations a Significant Problem

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Baker and Gilchrist News, Medical Malpractice Law, Personal Injury Law

Occasionally you’ll hear a story in the news about a person who went in for surgery and the doctor operated on the wrong body part. It is almost hard to believe that these situations actually occur. These stories are rarely picked…

24Oct

Shattering Myths About Medical Malpractice

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Baker and Gilchrist News, Medical Malpractice Law

The myths surrounding medical malpractice law are often perpetuated by the medical establishment to their benefit. These myths often make attorneys concerned with medical justice look like “ambulance chasers,” and dissuade people with legitimate medical concerns from coming forward. As…

20Jul

The Month of July and Your Health

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Baker and Gilchrist News

Many people take the opportunity to clear off their to-do lists during the summer months. An elective medical procedure might not want to be one of your check offs. A study by the Journal of Internal Medicine found that there…