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Individuals May Be Responsible for Corporate Tax Payment by the IRS

July 10, 2017


Corporate law classes, MBA classes, and even undergraduate classes teach us that businesses should incorporate in order to protect individual owners from corporate debt.  Incorporating the business allows the individual to escape corporate liabilities should the corporation fall on hard times.  This frees entrepreneurs to open new businesses, hire employees and benefit society with their free enterprise spirit.  (more…)


Provide Only Necessary Documents to Control the Cost of an Expert Witness

May 8, 2017

Control the Cost of an Expert Witness

Like everyone else in business, attorneys need to be careful in how and where they invest their time and money.  Controlling the cost of expert witness fees is on every attorneys mind when the case they are working on requires consultation with an expert on the issues at hand. (more…)


How to Increase Recovery in Your Medical Malpractice Cases

April 5, 2017


It is becoming increasingly likely that the hospital will be included in the claim as plaintiff attorneys are very aware that courts are finding corporate negligence as a factor in many claims, and more and more states are recognizing corporate negligence as a contributing issue. (more…)


A Closer Look at Warehouse Safety Facts and Industry Accidents

March 8, 2017

Learn about warehouse safety facts.

Updated March, 2019

Considering there are more than 7,000 warehouses in the U.S. and over 145,000 people who work in warehouses, it’s amazing there aren’t more warehouse accidents each year.
Here are some interesting warehouse safety facts regarding accidents and safety within the warehouse environment.


Experienced Divorce Attorneys Share Relationship Advice

February 8, 2017


Every 13 seconds, there is one divorce in America. That equates to 277 divorces per hour, 6,646 divorces per day, 46,523 divorces per week, and 2,419,196 divorces per year.

Divorce, custody, child support, and alimony proceedings are some of the most stressful and emotional situations people deal with in a lifetime. The emotions caused by these changes can make it difficult for spouses to understand the legal process of divorce, and may even impair their ability to make sound decisions. (more…)


Win Your Case with the Right Medical Malpractice Team

December 29, 2016


Every day, attorneys are challenged by grieving clients, voluminous records, and rapidly approaching deadlines, to determine if a medical malpractice case is worth the time and money required to pursue through trial. If you do not have the proper guidance and ability to decipher electronic medical records, or organize the records into an accurate depiction of the events in question, this task becomes even more daunting. (more…)


Using a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Expert Witness for Your Malpractice Case

December 20, 2016

Find a physician assistant expert witness

The rate of malpractice incidence is increasing for Physicians Assistants (PA’s) and Nurse Practitioners (NP’s). This has been attributed to the major increase in number of PA and APN providers between 1991 and 2007.

More cases are being filed and higher judgments are being awarded in malpractice cases utilizing nurse practitioner and physician assistant expert witnesses. Statistics from the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) show that judgments and/or settlements increased between 2004 and 2008.



Emergency Room Malpractice: Find the Right Medical Expert

December 7, 2016

Find an emergency room expert witness.

Updated February 20, 2019

Medical errors kill more than 250,000 people in the U.S. yearly, and injure millions. The chaotic nature of emergency rooms leads to a multitude of emergency room (ER) malpractice incidents, including misdiagnosis, surgical errors, delayed diagnosis, failure to diagnose, anesthesia malpractice, and more.

In fact, the Physician Insurers Association of America (PIAA) has said that the ER is an area of the hospital that generates the most medical malpractice lawsuits.


How a Construction Expert Witness Can Help Win Your Case

November 30, 2016


According to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)  18.5% of all workplace deaths in the United States occur in the construction industry (that’s more than in any other industry). OSHA categorizes the top four causes of death in the construction industry as “the fatal four” because together, they account for 57% of all construction industry deaths. (more…)


Common Medication Errors

November 10, 2016

saponaro medication errors

Medication errors are one of the leading causes of death and injury in hospitals today. They arise in several situations. Here are the most common forms of error: