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Category: Spinal Cord Injury

The Missouri Supreme Court has ruled that the statutory limits placed on the amount of non-economic damages plaintiffs in medical malpractice cases can recover is unconstitutional because it violates a party's right to a jury trial. Those are damages for things like "pain and suffering", and other damages that are not easily quantified.
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Researchers at the University of Miami Medical Center, working with The Bouniconti Fund/Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, have received permission from the FDA to begin phase 1 clinical trials of a new therapy that could be a breakthrough in treating acute spinal cord injuries.
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Oct 23, 2015
For anyone who has recently undergone hip replacement surgery: there has been a Class I Recall from MicroPort Orthopedics of part number PHAC 1254, PROFEMUR Neck Varus/Valgus CoCr due to an unexpected report of fracture rates.
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Nov 19, 2015
It may seem to many in the general public that those involved in the legal system do not speak English as we know it. Words you might hear or even use every day take on a completely new meaning, whereas some words exist solely in the legal sphere.
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Oct 27, 2015
Mediation occurs when two parties are in a legal dispute as an alternative to going to trial—a process which can be very costly as well as time consuming. By contrast, a successful mediation can resolve disputes quickly and efficiently.
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