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Are You Unsure of What to Expect in Your Personal Injury Claim? Our Texas Personal Injury Lawyers Give You Helpful Tips in Their Blog. We will also be posting other helpful information on medical, legal, and social issues of interest.

The Girards Law Firm team understands the confusion you face as you move forward with your personal injury or wrongful death claim. With regular updates to this blog, you can stay informed and get the helpful advice you need.  We will also be posting here other helpful information on medical, legal, and social issues to keep you informed.


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11/18/2013
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Cardiac Guidewires Recalled. Read Notice Here.

medtronic cardiac guidewires recalled. Let our Texas attorneys help you with cardiac injuries.

Category: Cardiology Malpractice

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10/23/2013
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How High Cholesterol Can Result in Cardiology Malpractice

Don't let your high cholesterol go undiagnosed and untreated—it may result in heart disease and a cardiology malpractice lawsuit.

Category: Cardiology Malpractice

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9/2/2013
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Some Cardiologists Are Being Outed For Unnecessary Stenting

Some hospitals are facing accusations and lawsuits for allegedly performing unnecessary stenting procedures as a way to make additional profits.

Category: Cardiology Malpractice

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8/21/2013
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Too Many Heart Bypass Patients Die During Surgery According to Surgeon Group

Open Bypass Compared to Other Interventions Shows Death Rate Too High

Category: Cardiology Malpractice

7/20/2013
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The Scary Truth About Cardiac Tamponade and Cardiology Malpractice

Cardiac tamponade is a serious complication that individuals can suffer from following a heart-related procedure.

Category: Cardiology Malpractice

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6/25/2013
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Female Heart Attack Victims Commonly Encounter Cardiology Malpractice

Women are at risk for cardiology malpractice when it comes to heart attacks because doctors don't always think of women as having heart attacks.

Category: Cardiology Malpractice

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