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  • What Rising C-Sections Mean for Your Family
    What Rising C-Sections Mean for Your Family

    The rate of C-section births has doubled over the past 20 years and increased by 500% since the 1970s. While the procedure was used in just 6% of births 30 years ago, it is now used in 21% of American ...

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  • Electronic Medical Records & Medical Malpractice
    Electronic Medical Records & Medical Malpractice

    In the modern age of electronic information, federal law has pushed hospitals and other healthcare providers to adopt Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems to manage patient health information and ...

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  • Does New Mexico Have a Cap on Medical Malpractice and Birth Injury Cases?
    Does New Mexico Have a Cap on Medical Malpractice and Birth Injury Cases?

    The legal agenda following a matter involving medical negligence can be extremely complex. There are so many things that must be kept in mind, and it can be easy to lose sight of some important ...

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  • New Mexico’s Arbitrary Cap on Malpractice Claims
    New Mexico’s Arbitrary Cap on Malpractice Claims

    In the 1970s, the New Mexico legislature enacted the Medical Malpractice Act because of a perceived, but mistaken, belief that doctors were having trouble obtaining medical malpractice insurance in ...

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  • Developmental Milestones: Identifying Birth Injuries at Different Stages of Life
    Developmental Milestones: Identifying Birth Injuries at Different Stages of Life

    As any parent can tell you, there’s not much more exciting than watching your child grow and develop. Unfortunately, when a birth injury occurs due to negligence, there’s a chance that the ...

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  • Birth Injuries Caused By Medical Malpractice
    Birth Injuries Caused By Medical Malpractice

    During what is supposed to be one of the most joyous times of your life, there are a number of situations that can turn the excitement of pregnancy into a time of concern. Unfortunately, this is often ...

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