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June 2014

Important Questions to Ask to Determine if there was a Deviation in the Standard of Dental Care in Georgia when Treating a Patient Requesting Dental Implants ~ part two

june.jpgThis is a follow up my last blog post titled, “Important Questions to Ask to Determine if there was a Deviation in the Standard of Dental Care in Georgia when Treating a Patient Requesting Dental Implants ~ part one.” The following are more of some of the important questions that should be asked to determine if the Standard of Care was followed when Treating Patient Requesting Dental Implants:

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Important Questions to Ask to Determine if there was a Deviation in the Standard of Dental Care in Georgia when Treating a Patient Requesting Dental Implants ~ part one

dental.jpgIn my last three blog posts part one, part two, and part three, I discussed the recent ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court involving when the Statute of Limitations should be tolled in a particular case. The case in point was a case that involved a woman who was receiving dental care for implants and later for a prosthetic.

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The Georgia Supreme Court rules that the Statute of Limitations was Tolled when a Dental patient Seeking the advice of a Second Dentist who was a part of the original treatment, and/or performed part of the original treatment, may have begun to realize th

dentist-part-three.jpgThis is the further analysis of the case and the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court’s final decisions that were discussed in my prior blog post titled, “The Georgia Supreme Court rules that the Statute of Limitations was Tolled when a Dental patient Seeking the advice of a Second Dentist who was a part of the original treatment, and/or performed part of the original treatment, may have begun to realize that the First Dentist(s) committed Dental Malpractice ~ part two.”

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The Georgia Supreme Court rules that the Statute of Limitations was Tolled when a Dental patient Seeking the advice of a Second Dentist who was a part of the original treatment, and/or performed part of the original treatment, may have begun to realize th

dental-office-part-two.jpgThis is the further analysis of the case and the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Georgia Supreme Court’s final decisions that were discussed in my prior blog post titled, “The Georgia Supreme Court rules that the Statute of Limitations was Tolled when a Dental patient Seeking the advice of a Second Dentist who was a part of the original treatment, and/or performed part of the original treatment, may have begun to realize that the First Dentist(s) committed Dental Malpractice ~ part one.”

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A Jury in Atlanta, Georgia award $ 5.1M to the Parents of a Young Man who was Killed at a Motel 6

motel-photo-for-blog-may-21.jpgMr. Jeffrey Howard Todd, age 27, was in town for a job interview and staying at a Motel 6 when two men, Jimmy Teemer, age 17, and Lyndon B. Johnson, Jr., now age 23, entered Mr. Todd’s room with a gun attempting to rob Mr. Todd. Mr. Todd was also armed and gunfire was exchanged with one of the two men whereby Mr. Todd and Mr. Teemer died at the scene.

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The Georgia Supreme Court rules that the Statute of Limitations was Tolled when a Dental patient Seeking the advice of a Second Dentist who was a part of the original treatment, and/or performed part of the original treatment, may have begun to realize th

dentist-part-one.jpgOn June 16, 2014, the Georgia Supreme Court upheld the Georgia Court of Appeals decision to reverse the trial court’s granting of summary judgement in a case whereby the trail court held that the statutory period of limitation was not tolled after the Plaintiff consulted a second dentist in a potential Dental Malpractice Case. The case is S13G1733. GALLANT, et al. v. MacDOWELL .

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75 or more Center for Disease Control (CDC) Workers in Georgia were Exposed to Anthrax: CDC states that their own protocols were not followed in the incident

toxic-for-blog-june-20-2014.jpgApproximately 75 or more workers at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention may have been exposed to anthrax bacteria due to a safety problem in a lab, WSB TV reports citing an Associated Press story. This happened as a result of Anthrax bacteria that was not properly inactivated and moved to a lab with lesser biosafety measures that were not designed to handle such samples, the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions says.

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Child Dies in Georgia After Being Strapped in a Car Seat All Day and Left in a Hot Car: Parent forgets to drop the child off at Child Care on the Way to Work

One of the most sad and worst case scenarios happened on Wednesday in Georgia when a parent driving to work forgot to drop off his 22 month old son at daycare leaving his son strapped in the car seat in an SUV all day on a day where temperatures were in the low 90’s, and the child died as a result of the father’s actions.

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