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Can There Be “Malpractice” in Alternative Medicine?

By Peter Gulden on January 7, 2019

While some people seek alternatives to mainstream medicine as a last resort after other methods have failed, more and more Floridians are now beginning their search for treatment there, rather than seeking help from a licensed physician.

This is not always the best idea.

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The Medication Mistake That Took the Life of One Seattle Patient

By Peter Gulden on November 19, 2018

And the Effort to Improve Patient Safety Through Better Medication Labeling Practices

A senseless tragedy on November 23, 2004, struck a nerve for the American public and led to an outcry for better patient care across the United States. The medical center responsible for the error made a very public admission and apology, but regrettably, it was too little, too late.

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Posted in: Medication Errors

Ageism: Rampant in Healthcare (and the Courts)

By Peter Gulden on February 6, 2018

While no one enjoys spending time in a hospital bed, recent research has revealed what many already suspected: for the elderly, hospitals are not only unpleasant, but can be downright dangerous.

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Is Physician Discipline by the State Working in Florida?

By Peter Gulden on December 6, 2017

A recent article in the South Florida Sun Sentinel has shed new light on the inner workings of Florida’s physician discipline system and presented an important question for Florida’s patients: Is this system functioning properly?

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Lawyers Who Make Medical Care Safer

By Peter Gulden on October 23, 2017

When we at Faiella & Gulden, P.A., represent patients in serious medical malpractice cases, we do so with the belief that bringing these cases can make medical care safer for every patient. And we do so because we believe that medical care needs to be safer than it is.

Let’s look at some quick examples:

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