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Attorney Blogs

Learn more about the many efforts of the Kolsby Gordon team through our personal blogs covering the civil justice system, current events and much more.

YOUR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS ARE UNDER ATTACK AND YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW IT

March 7, 2017

A few years ago I wrote a blog about how the civil justice system is what’s called in Economic Theory a pure public good.  The theory goes that if there is a road in town that you need to drive on every day to get to work, you want government to take good care of […]

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DID FACEBOOK RUIN THIS PLAINTIFF’S CASE?

January 4, 2017

By: Robert N. Hunn, Esquire Recently, Plaintiff attorneys have been perplexed over a report of a Superior Court Decision where the Court dismissed a woman’s medical malpractice case because it was filed more than two years from when she knew or should have known that she had been injured.  For you non-lawyers, this is called […]

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DONALD TRUMP AND THE CIVIL JUSTICE SYSTEM

December 16, 2016

Sorry to disappoint but this is not another blog bashing Donald Trump. God knows there are plenty of such blogs on the internet. Rather it is my intention to identify an observation about the President’s Elect’s modus operandi that, perhaps, those on the far left and the far right can agree upon and how it […]

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MEDICATION ERRORS INVOLVING STUDENTS IN HOSPITALS

June 27, 2016

Nursing, Medical, Pharmacy and other Students work in hospitals. This is necessary because the students must have hands on experience participating in actual patient care. When these students participate in the preparation and administration of medication, they can become involved in medication errors. Often, errors are reported that also mention the “instructor.” An instructor as […]

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THE INCREASING PROBLEM OF “WRONG PATIENT” INSULIN PEN INJECTIONS

October 2, 2015

Thousands of patients in the United States have received injections from potentially contaminated insulin pens, typically involving the sharing of a patient’s previously used insulin pen device. A variety of insulin pen devices are currently available in the United States. Insulin pens were originally developed to help patients at home with accurate and easy administration […]

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