Monthly Archives: January 2014
Filing a Wrongful Death Action in Washington D.C.
A 22-year-old male dies suddenly during a basketball game due to hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Despite required athletic physicals since the age of 10 to play on baseball and basketball teams, the disease was never detected by physicians, even though a significant family history is conveyed in medical records. The physicians never ordered an electrocardiogram or an… Read More »
An Emergency Room Headache – Strokes
This morning, you awoke with a severe headache. You decide to take ibuprofen, and sleep another hour. You then awake with a worse headache, in which even the slightest movement causes severe discomfort. After learning your primary care physician is booked until later in the week, you decide to travel to a local Washington D.C…. Read More »