Blog Posts in 2010

It Is Considered Unprofessional Conduct For a Doctor to Refuse to Give a Patient His or Her Medical Records

In some of our cases, we confront the situation where a doctor or hospital refuse to provide a patient with his or her medical records. When this situation arises, we write to the doctor or hospital ...
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MOTORCYCLE CRASH CASE CONCLUDES AFTER SEVEN YEARS OF LITIGATION - $7 Million Verdict For The Plaintiff in June 2007

Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo, PC is glad to announce that its seven year representation of a catastrophic injury victim has ended well. The case arose from a traffic collision that occurred on May 17, ...
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Liens and Ethics

A personal injury attorney's job is not complete after a settlement or verdict is reached. In fact, reaching a settlement or verdict is sometimes the easiest part of the case. Negotiating liens so ...
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