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Medical malpractice cases are complex, expensive, and time consuming. Because the evidence in a medical malpractice case is often difficult to understand, you need both legal and medical experts on your side. That’s why we’ve assembled an expert team consisting of our own nursing staff, as well as outside medical experts, to review the facts of our medical malpractice cases.

Michael Burg’s Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame Video Induction Interview

 May 26, 2016

Michael Burg’s Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame Video Induction Interview

Throughout American history, exceptional trial lawyers have clearly established themselves, through their practice, as true champions and crusaders for American justice. To honor these legendary trial lawyers, the National Trial Lawyers Association established the Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame. Each year, the Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame recognizes and honors these few remarkable individuals, both… Read more »

Burg Simpson’s Rick D. Bailey to Present Talk on the Ethical Decision-Making Process

 May 25, 2016

Burg Simpson’s Rick D. Bailey to Present Talk on the Ethical Decision-Making Process

Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C. attorney Rick D. Bailey will be presenting important information on ethical decision-making by lawyers and judges in lawsuits in the Faculty of Federal Advocates presentation, “Psychoanalytic Observations on Unconscious Factors that can Influence Ethical Decision-Making.” Findings from the cognitive neurosciences have supported what psychoanalysts have long argued, i.e…. Read more »

Burg Simpson’s Nelson Boyle Receives CTLA Outstanding Service Award

 May 23, 2016

Burg Simpson’s Nelson Boyle Receives CTLA Outstanding Service Award

Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine is proud to announce that attorney Nelson Boyle was recently presented with the CTLA Outstanding Service Award. Presented at the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association annual Spring Dinner, this award is given to lawyers going “above and beyond expectations to help CTLA.” CTLA has honored just four previous recipients. Mr…. Read more »

4th Annual Jeremy Bitner Run to Support Fallen Officers

 May 20, 2016

4th Annual Jeremy Bitner Run to Support Fallen Officers

Denver, Colorado – Just over four years ago, Englewood Police detective Jeremy Bitner was conducting a routine traffic stop. Moments later, the 8-year veteran officer lost his life after being struck and killed by a vehicle. He left behind a loving wife and a son and daughter, as well as many friends and other family… Read more »

Fatal Post-Surgical Heart Attacks and Malpractice

 March 16, 2016

Fatal Post-Surgical Heart Attacks and Malpractice

For most patients undergoing surgery, issues related to infections or anesthesia-related complications dominate their concerns about the procedure itself and their recovery period. Many people don’t know that heart attacks can pose a significant risk to recovery. Millions of victims worldwide suffering cardiac arrest after surgery each year. Frighteningly, 10% of these patients perish within… Read more »

Malpractice Victims Must Overcome ‘Culture of Secrecy’

 March 9, 2016

Malpractice Victims Must Overcome ‘Culture of Secrecy’

Regardless of the amount of faith many Americans want to place in their doctors, the fact remains that physicians are capable of mistakes. Some of these mistakes can unfortunately result in serious injuries and even death. While some of these mistakes are allegedly “unavoidable,” a news investigative report suggests that the damage caused by such… Read more »

medical-malpractice

 February 9, 2016

Survey Indicates Doctors Often Blame Victims for Malpractice Suits

In 1971, leading sociologist William Ryan published his landmark work, Blaming the Victim, in which he identified a phenomenon in which perpetrators of harm justify their actions by pointing the finger at their victims. While Ryan’s work focused on ethnic minorities and the attempts of his colleagues to pin the blame for their plight on… Read more »

Diagnostic Errors: A Major Source of Malpractice Death and Injuries

 October 20, 2015

Diagnostic Errors: A Major Source of Malpractice Death and Injuries

A recently released report from the Institute of Medicine, entitled “Improving Diagnosis in Health Care,” provides some sobering information, concluding that there is a dire need for “widespread changes in health care to improve diagnoses.” Among the report’s more alarming findings, is the pronouncement that nearly every American will experience a diagnostic error at some… Read more »

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 September 4, 2015

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10 important things about Burg Simpson

 September 4, 2015

10 important things about Burg Simpson

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