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Failure to Diagnose Rectal Cancer Lawsuit Ends in Beneficial Settlement

The medical malpractice attorneys of Marciano & MacAvoy, P.C. have secured a favorable settlement for another client. In this case, our client suffered from rectal cancer, which his own doctor failed to diagnose. To make matters worse, our client asked several times for his doctor to approve a colonoscopy to check

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Long-Term Care for Spinal Cord Injuries

More often than not, spinal injuries sustained in accidents, such as car collisions, lead to paralysis. This means that these individuals may require long-term or lifelong care. Even if these individuals and their families get the money to pay for the best care possible, living with a spinal cord injury can

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Traveling Tips for the Quadriplegic

The holidays are just around the corner, meaning that many individuals will be traveling to spend time with their loved ones. Those with certain physical disabilities, such as quadriplegia, will most likely be traveling as well. This may be one of your first travel trips as a quadriplegic, or it

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What Defines a Catastrophic Injury?

In some instances, car crashes and other types of accidents may cause injuries that require individuals to go to the hospital and get medical treatment. They may be in recovery for weeks or months, but after a certain period of time, they are able to return to work, stop medical

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Making Air Travel Easier as a Quadriplegic

Just the thought of air travel as a quadriplegic may seem farfetched, but, with the right preparation, it can be stress-free and smoothly done. We created an infographic to display the greatest takeaways from this information. See it below. Choosing a Flight & Calling Ahead Your first step should be

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Ladder Safety: Don’t Make These 4 Mistakes

A ladder is a basic tool for many home maintenance and DIY projects. Considering that there are around 164,000 emergency room injuries caused by falls from ladders each year, even those who are accustomed to using ladders should know what to avoid so that they stay safe, each step they take. 1.

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