Recent Posts in 2017

  • What is erb's palsy?

    Erb's palsy is something you see a lot of times in a difficult birth where a child or a newborn has developed a paralysis of the arm. There's injury ...
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  • How long is a DUI on my record?

    That’s a complex question because there are a lot of things that could happen, but you really have to be smart about it, and your lawyer really has to ...
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  • Can vacuum delivery cause brain damage?

    In the delivery process of a child, there are a lot of moving parts and a lot of different people that are interacting with the labor process. You ...
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  • Do I need a lawyer for a DUI?

    Well, it’s entirely possible to address a DUI charge on your own, but we do not recommend it. DUI is a serious charge that shouldn’t be taken lightly, ...
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  • What is cephalohematoma?

    Cephalohematoma is a condition in which a newborn traumatically suffers bruising to the skin of the skull. The skull is one of the most delicate parts ...
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  • What is the difference between DUI and DWI?

    In the state of Florida, if someone is accused of driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or controlled substances, the acronym that's applied ...
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  • What is the Blood Alcohol Level in Florida?

    If you're over the age of majority for drinking, which is 21 in this state, the legal limit for blood alcohol content is point zero eight. What that ...
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  • What is Hypoxic-ischemic Encephalopathy?

    Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy is the injury that a newborn suffers as a result of lack of oxygen and blood flow to the brain immediately during or ...
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