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New Jersey parents want to learn about possible wrongful death

Many New Jersey children take medication on a daily basis. Perhaps one of the most common reasons for this is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). After the child visits his or her pediatrician, a prescription is taken to the pharmacy and the appropriate medication is dispensed. However, if the incorrect medication or dosage is dispensed, the result can be devastating – even leading to the death of the individual taking it.

New Jersey: medical errors third in cause of death

Cancer, heart attacks, strokes and even car accidents are common killers throughout New Jersey. While one would prefer to die of old age, the possibility of dying as the result of some illness or accident is a very real possibility. In an effort to prevent the worst from happening and death or a disabling illness from occurring, many individuals seek medical attention when problems become evident.

Keep kids safe from injury in the pool this summer

Summertime is fun time for the kids. As the months grow hot, you're inevitably going to look to the pool for a way to relax, cool off and expend some energy. Living in New Jersey, you'll have no small access to aquatic fun, but whether you have your own pool or are just visiting, you need to take care to protect your kids. Water sports are fun, but they are also one of the most dangerous activities for young children. Understanding the most common problems and how to prevent them can help you and your family enjoy a better, safer summer season.

Failure to diagnose could be devasting to New Jersey families

Just about all New Jersey children get sick at some point. When this happens, their parents seek medical treatment, expect that their child will receive the help needed and be well in the near future. The possibility of a doctor's failure to diagnose and subsequently not treating the child for the medical problem does not typically enter the parents' minds.

What if a New Jersey baby is born with brain damage

The day that a New Jersey mom finds out she is expecting a baby is usually an exciting day. Phone calls are made to share the good news, and plans for the nursery are discussed. Throughout the pregnancy, the baby's parents can't help but imagine what their child will be like as he or she grows up, what sports he or she will play, what his or her favorite food will be and even what he or she will be when grown. The possibility of the baby being born with brain damage is usually not something that the parents contemplate.

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