Posts From August, 2019

Lance Ehrenberg, Esq. gives an overview of the duty of care for podiatric surgeons.

What Is the Duty of Care for New York Podiatric Surgeons?

Many, but not all, podiatrists are foot surgeons and are trained to perform surgery on the lower leg, specifically the areas surrounding the feet and ankles. Maintaining the health of our feet and ankles is essential. If something goes wrong, we could lose our ability to walk normally or walk at all. Unfortunately, negligence and […]

  • Posted on: Aug 20 2019
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Lance Ehrenberg, Esq. discusses a recent case involving an IVF doctor that was sued for malpractice after woman gives birth to babies that weren't hers.

IVF Doctor Sued for Malpractice After Woman Gives Birth to Babies that Weren’t Hers

A recent lawsuit filed in the Eastern District of New York describes a nightmare scenario for any couple undergoing fertility treatment. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that between one to two percent of all U.S. births per year are achieved through IVF, amounting to between 40,000 and 80,000 children. With increasing technological […]

  • Posted on: Aug 13 2019
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Lance Ehrenberg, Esq. discusses how bone infections can lead to podiatric malpractice lawsuits.

Podiatric Malpractice and Bone Infections

What complications can arise from bone infections caused by foot surgery? Foot or podiatric surgery is typically thought of as a relatively minor process. While most foot surgeries will involve an outpatient procedure and a fairly quick recovery time, sometimes podiatric surgeries go horribly wrong. One recognized complication of podiatric surgery is osteomyelitis or an […]

  • Posted on: Aug 6 2019
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