This article addresses what I call sederericide (killing oneself by excessive sitting).
I am a cardiologist addicted to standing. I use a standing desk when I see patients at my office. I use a standing desk at home. When we used to go to conferences I was always the guy in the back of the room pacing back and forth rather than sitting. When we use to fly I was the guy by the exit row standing and squatting. Are you that attorney with the same issue? (more…)
Until recently, the only treatment shown in clinical trials to improve the prognosis of Acute Ischemic Stroke was IV tPA. The FDA approved Intravenous tissue plasminogen activator, or IV tPA, in 1996. Intravenous tissue plasminogen activator, or IV tPA. IV tPA works for Ischemic Strokes—the most common type of stroke in which a blood clot stops blood flow to part of the brain.(more…)
Car crashes and accidents are a leading cause of injury and death, especially in the US. When litigation involves an auto accident, hiring an Accident Reconstruction Expert is a surefire way to strengthen the case, but attorneys often wonder, “is it worth the cost?”(more…)
The role of a forensic toxicologist is to test for the presence of drugs or toxins in bodily fluid and tissue.
By understanding how various medications, narcotics, chemical elements, and compounds impact the human body, a forensic toxicologist can interpret drug dosages, identify interactions between medications, and explain the harm of various environmental toxins.
In 1955, the Los Angeles Police Department coined the now-popular phrase, “To Protect and Serve”. By 1963, this ethos became the official motto of the LAPD and was later adopted by other law enforcement agencies—concisely stating their mission to the public.
But law enforcement professionals are just as liable to commit negligence and malpractice as the rest of humanity, and pledging to protect and serve does not necessarily mean they will.(more…)
Expert witness fees can pile up fast, especially for high-cost medical experts. Many expert witness referral companies bill at an hourly rate and charge clients each time they interact with a provided expert witness. By providing their service in this way, they often add an extra 20-40% on top of their expert’s hourly rates.
At Saponaro, Inc. we connect attorneys to top expert witnesses for a flat referral fee, rather than marking up hourly rates. As a result, attorneys who use our services save money by working directly with the expert witness they need at a cost established by that expert—not us!