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NY Governor Cuomo Signs “Lavern’s Law”: Med Mal Bill Extending Time Period for Patients To File Suit

New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo recently signed legislation known as ‘Lavern’s Law’ which corrected an injustice in the law which had left certain victims of medical malpractice without any access to justice when initially misdiagnosed as not having cancers or malignant tumors. Before this important legislation was enacted, the statute of limitations, (the time

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The Challenges of Living With Erb’s Palsy

As a parent of a child who suffered a birth injury that caused Erb’s palsy, you know that he or she may be permanently disabled. Erb’s palsy is a condition that is caused by injury to the nerves in the brachial plexus, a network of nerves near the neck that provides movement and sensation to

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Study Claims Medical Errors Kills 251,000 People Annually

We all make mistakes. However, when a healthcare professional makes a mistake, it can result in serious injuries or even death. One study shows that medical mistakes lead to 251,000 deaths each year in the United States. This shocking statistic does not even account all non-fatal incidents. To further grasp the scope of the problem,

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Gersowitz Libo & Korek, P.C. Congratulates Jeff S. Korek On Being Named to the Top 25 of the Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyers Association

Gersowitz Libo & Korek, P.C. (GLK) Trial Senior Partner, Jeff Korek, has been selected for Membership into the Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyers Association – Top 25. Membership is only extended to a select few of the most qualified attorneys. About The Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyers – Top 25 The Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyers Association is

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