Have you ever heard the term "bad faith claim" and weren't quite sure what it meant? In short, this concept describes situations where insurance companies don't fulfill their policy obligation to you to its full ability. This can mean that they aren't timely in processing your claim, aren't fully investigating the claim, or aren't paying you properly for your claim. Each state is slightly different in how it identifies, processes, and frames bad faith claims.
Pharmacists are likely your first line of communication in the medical community. They fill your prescriptions, answer your questions, and are the cornerstone of drug stores across the country. However, filling all of those prescriptions sometimes leads error. Some studies state that pharmacy dispensing errors account for about 20% of the medication errors that impact patients overall. Although pharmacists work very hard to minimize these mistakes, sometimes they do happen. When they do, the consequences can be harmful and even life-threatening. Here are some times to avoid medication errors:
In the wake of modern technology, there are many ways to make our lives simpler, easier, and more efficient. One of these new ways is through the use of digitally sending requests such as prescription refills. Some companies are offering customers, and pharmacists, the option to text in their prescriptions and refill requests. However, sometimes the concepts that are supposed to make things easier can sometimes lead more complications.
Injuries can happen anywhere. It's especially scary when it happens to someone you love, like your child. Recently, a nursery school/daycare in the Philadelphia area was sued for an injury a child sustained while in their care during the day. According to news sources, a four-year-old minor was playing in a classroom when he fell when climbing on top of a play tunnel in the classroom. When the child fell, he broke his arm and required surgery to repair it, including pins and wire supports for stability. Per the lawsuit reports, the child continues to suffer lasting pain and has has required outside physical therapy.
Are you sharing the road with bicyclists? Many people in our beautiful part of the state enjoy exercising outdoors on Pennsylvania's roads, trails, and towns. As motorists, you are expected and required to share the road with these individuals when you encounter them while out driving. However, motorists are not always respectful of bicyclists and often follow too closely behind them, don't give them enough lane space, and even sometimes try and run them off the road. Other common dangers that occur while out biking including poorly maintained roads and bike paths.