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Personal Injury Law

21Feb

50 Years After Disposable Needles, Dirty Injections Still Cause Infections

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

It’s been fifty years since the medical community embraced disposable syringes. The innovation should have ushered in an age devoid of infections passed through dirty needles. Still, for one reason or another, such infections remain a major problem. Just in…

5Feb

‘Never Events’ More Common Than You Think

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

If you had no idea what “never events” were in the medical field, you could surmise from the words that they rarely, if ever happen. But this assumption would be wrong. Never events, those tragic things that should never happen,…

25Jan

Traumatic Brain Injuries and Memory Loss: The Different Forms of Amnesia

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Personal Injury Law

As we go through our lives, the ability to create new memories and reminisce on old ones is a cherished ability that is often taken for granted; however, for those unfortunate people who have suffered from traumatic head injuries, memory…

21Dec

How Hospitals Can Reduce Medical Error Rates

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

“Medical errors kill enough people to fill four jumbo jets a week.” This statement was made in an insightful piece from the Wall Street Journal which looks at relatively simple ways to reduce these tragedies from occurring. People go to…

31Oct

What to Do If Injured in a Car Accident

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Personal Injury Law
Indianapolis car accident attorneys at Baker & Gilchrist are here to help you after a car collision. Call our law firm today.

The following is a guest post from Nadrich & Cohen LLP, a California Law Firm. If you were involved in a car accident tomorrow, are you sure you know exactly what to do to protect your rights? Many people make…

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…

27Apr

How To Select A Personal Injury Attorney, Part 2

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Personal Injury Law

My last post provided a general overview of how to select a personal injury attorney, but I now want to discuss some specific qualifications you should look for in making your decision. First, and most important, is whether that attorney…

23Apr

How to Select a Personal Injury Lawyer, Part 1

Posted by Baker & Gilchrist in Personal Injury Law

With all of the competing claims by lawyers through websites, direct mail solicitations, and television and radio advertising how is a person with no prior contact with the legal profession suppose to pick an attorney when they have questions because…