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    Who Should Be Allowed to Sedate Patients?

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    Where should the medical profession draw the line between tasks that truly require the attention of a doctor and those that can be capably handled by a specialized nurse? New…

    FDA Changing Medical Device Approval Process

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    Recently, the FDA issued proposed changes to the approval processes for medical devices. The changes come on the heels of a September 2009 report in which the FDA accused some…

    Take Charge of Your Family’s Medical Care

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    We put a great amount of trust in medical professionals. Whether we are visiting an obstetrician to monitor a pregnancy or a pathologist for an acute illness, we tend to…

    There Are No Dumb Questions.

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    At Seigel Law Firm, we run our legal practice on a few important principles, and one of them is that there are no dumb questions. Firm founder Jan Seigel emphasizes this…

    Hospital Wins For Doing More with Less – Is This a Good Thing?

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    Newton Memorial Hospital is a not-for-profit hospital serving the community of Newton, New Jersey. In June 2010, the hospital received a Voluntary Hospital Association (VHA) Leadership Award for the fourth…

    New Jersey Supreme Court Decision Affirming $199,000.00 Recovery

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    Although Seigel Law Firm LLC is primarily known for it’s presence in the Trial Court’s, Joseph Albano recently obtained a New Jersey Supreme Court decision affirming a $199,000.00 recovery…

    One Million Dollar Cut Projected Locally in Hospital Funding

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    In another cost-cutting measure that affects health care, the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services announced in June 2010 that its funding for the New Jersey Hospital Care…

    Welcome to our blog

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    Things change quickly in the legal world. Every day, legislatures and judges make hundreds of decisions that impact the way cases are prepared and presented for court. At Seigel Law Firm…