Monthly Archives: August 2012

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Constructive Knowledge

Injury Attorney Explains Constructive Knowledge The term “constructive” is one that is used frequently in the law.  It is derived from the word “construe”.  When you hear the term constructive knowledge or constructive fraud what that means is that you … Continue reading

Heartburn Esophageal Reflux

Heartburn or what may be called esophageal reflux is something that most of us experience at one time or another.  In its more extreme form it can develop into what is called gastroesophageal reflux disease also known as GERD. Fairfax medical malpractice … Continue reading

Injury Attorney Comments On Police Surveillance

Cell phone technology has become so sophisticated that police surveillance now includes tracking  people almost down to the square foot based upon cell phone usage reports injury attorney Brien Roche. In a recent decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the … Continue reading

Legal Drama is Good for the Soul

There has been much legal drama seen in stage performances over the years that were based on legal issues,none of which have involved personal injury claims.  One of the early ones was “THE MERCHANT OF VENICE” wherein Portia dressed as a doctor of … Continue reading

Parental Rights Virginia

Injury Attorney Comments On Parental Rights Virginia Parental rights in Virginia may be more important than you thought notes injury attorney Brien Roche. The Virginia Supreme Court recently in the case of Wyatt v. McDermott, held that a natural father … Continue reading

Interventional Radiology

Interventional radiology has always been part of the cancer treatment regimen.  It is becoming a more important player, particularly in terms of dealing with cancers involving the liver, gall bladder and pancreas and certain tumors in regards to the lungs, bones … Continue reading

Unnecessary Treatment Imaging

Unnecessary treatment and imaging: Just as doctors sometimes recommend unnecessary surgeries many other treatment modes that are recommended by physicians are frequently unnecessary and in that sense may constitute medical malpractice. Probably the most glaring of these is the use … Continue reading

Your Senses Are Wonderful Things

Your senses: We take for granted the five senses that allow us to make our way through life.  Sight may be the dearest of those senses although that is subject to question.  Many people do not appreciate the sensitivity of … Continue reading

Medical Malpractice Attorney Addresses The Increasing Role of Dietetic Professionals in Health Care

Part of the reason that our health care system is so expensive and, according to some dietetic professionals, actually “broken” is because the system is focused on dealing with symptoms as opposed to dealing more with preventive maintenance. That preventive … Continue reading

So You Want to Know Where Our Laws Come From

Where Our Laws Come From Although this blog is written by a personal injury lawyer, it deals with a number of legal issues and therefore it may be of some interest to take a look at the question of where our … Continue reading

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