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America’s Maternal Outcomes Need to Be Improved, Part 2
America’s Maternal Outcomes Need to Be Improved, Part 2

We note a sad and tragic point concerning American health care delivery in a recent Tabor Law blog post. We note specifically in our December 1 entry that “more American women die during childbirth or shortly thereafter than do their counterparts in any other developed ...

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  • America’s Maternal Outcomes Need to Be Improved, Part 2

    We note a sad and tragic point concerning American health care delivery in a recent Tabor Law blog post. We note specifically in our December 1 entry that “more American women die during childbirth or ...

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    It’s a sad fact that many of our parents need to find care in a comprehensive care facility – commonly called a nursing home. There are 552 comprehensive care facilities in Indiana as of Oct. 1, 2018, ...

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    Wrongful death is unquestionably tragic. We note on our victims' personal injury website at Tabor Law in Indianapolis that, "One of the hardest things any family has to deal with is the unexpected ...

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