Monthly Archives: February 2013

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DNA Privacy Issues

The U.S. Supreme Court is currently confronted with some DNA privacy issues that oddly enough have put all 50 states and the District of Columbia in bed together. That is, all 50 states and Washington, DC actually agree on the … Continue reading

Heart Savers Discussed By Medical Malpractice Attorney

With the prevalence of  heart disease in the United States, there are what might be called some “heart savers” that are procedures that are now being utilized to save lives among those people who suffer from heart disease. One of … Continue reading

Obedience to Law

There is a general principle in Virginia that obedience to law is presumed.  That is the party bringing a civil claim along with the party who is being sued is assumed to have to complied with the law.  In one 1989 Virginia … Continue reading

Winter Heart Attacks

Winter heart attacks are not just a coincidence. According to a study published recently in The Washington Post, there is a constellation of factors that converge during the winter that make the likelihood of a heart attack greater during the … Continue reading