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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.


July 10, 2015

Oral anticoagulants, medications to keep the blood from clotting, have been identified as one of the drugs that most commonly are involved in a medication error. The Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) considers oral anticoagulants “high-alert medications”, as they have a heightened risk of harm to the patient, if a mistake is made. In a retrospective, […]

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And You Thought That Hospital Food Only Tasted Bad

June 15, 2015

You or your loved one is in the hospital, and there is all the usual concerns-will a surgical procedure go well? Will the treatment work? Will this medicine cure my problem? Perhaps you never thought to worry about the question “is the food that has just been delivered on my hospital tray going to cause […]

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Courting Justice: I’m Mad as Hell and Not Going to Take It

February 11, 2015

Attorney Robert Hunn explains what motivated a South Florida trial lawyer to take out a half page advertisement criticizing the insurance industry.

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Drug Omission — When You Didn’t Get That Important Medication in the Hospital

February 2, 2015

Omission errors are when either a hospital physician fails to order a vital medication that a patient is on at home, a nurse fails to administer a drug as prescribed, or a pharmacist fails to dispense a prescription.

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Preventing the Re-Homing of Children Like Pets

December 19, 2014

The increase in international adoptions has given rise to an underground market of adoptive parents looking to relocate unwanted adopted children who may have special needs from previous neglect and abuse.

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