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Sweeney Law FirmPedestrian Safety: What to Do if You're Hit by a VehiclePedestrian Safety: What to Do if You're Hit by a Vehicle Nothing beats a long, brisk walk. Whether it's an integral part of your exercise routine, getting from point "A" to point "B" or simply a relaxing stroll to collect your thoughts, walking has many bSweeney Law FirmPediatriciansPediatricians are doctors who specialize in the healthcare of babies, children, and adolescents. Most pediatricians start as primary care providers and earn the specialization title with 3 to 8 years of  post graduate work or residency working with childrSweeney Law FirmPersonal Injury Attorney - Slip and Fall AccidentThe term “slip and fall” refers to personal injury claims involving persons who slip and fall as a result of a dangerous or hazardous condition on someone else’s property. Property owners have a duty to maintain their property in a reasonably safe condSweeney Law FirmPharmaceutical LiabilityPharmaceutical liability applies to faulty or unsafe drugs, supplements, devices, equipment, and parts that have have caused injury or death to their users. Drugs can be unsafe due to manufacturing defects (impurities, wrong components, labeling/dosing erSweeney Law FirmPharmacologically Induced ComasEach day, about 60,000 people in the US will be put into a pharmacologically induced coma. This is done so patients may safely undergo surgery. A pharmacologically induced coma can be defined as a coma induced medically by general anesthesia, which includSweeney Law FirmPharmacy MalpracticePharmacies and pharmacists commit malpractice most commonly by dispensing the wrong medication, dispensing incorrect dosages of the right medication, or dispensing medications in a combination that is unsafe under the circumstances. Pharmacists also coSweeney Law FirmPhysical Restraints in the Nursing HomeWhat is a physical restraint? A physical restraint is any manual method or material device attached, or adjacent to, a resident's body that he/she cannot remove easily. A physical restraint restricts freedom of movement or normal access to one's body. Sweeney Law FirmPhysical Therapy and Rehabilitation MalpracticePhysical therapy and rehabilitation are used to treat patients suffering from illness, disease or injury. An experienced physical therapist (PT) can improve mobility, strength, flexibility, coordination, endurance, and even reduce pain. The main objectiveSweeney Law FirmPlastic SurgeonsJust because a surgery is elective, such as plastic surgery, does not mean that standards of care can be lax. When performing medical procedures of any kind, plastic surgeons -- just like any other doctors -- are expected to possess a certain level of skiSweeney Law FirmPodiatristsPodiatrists are doctors that specialize in the care of the foot, ankle, and lower leg. This requires additional knowledge of the bones, muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, and vasculature of the body from the knee down. Podiatry is considered a subspecia