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Bell Law Firm Georgia Medical Malpractice law firm helping patients and their families who have been injured or killed due to medical errors. We take a limited number of cases so we can focus our time and resources on your case.

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With no consequences, some doctors promote vaccine hesitancy and encourage ditching masks. According to The Atlanta Jour...
11/11/2021

With no consequences, some doctors promote vaccine hesitancy and encourage ditching masks. According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Georgia’s medical board needs to do more to hold these health care providers accountable before more patients land in intensive care for following dangerous health advice. https://bit.ly/2ZRbUp3

With no consequences, some doctors promote vaccine hesitancy and encourage ditching masks. According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Georgia’s medical board needs to do more to hold these health care providers accountable before more patients land in intensive care for following dangerous health advice. https://bit.ly/2ZRbUp3

How can you protect yourself from the danger of misdiagnosis? Understanding the types of conditions that are more common...
11/10/2021

How can you protect yourself from the danger of misdiagnosis? Understanding the types of conditions that are more commonly misdiagnosed is a great place to start. https://bit.ly/3cSFPxP

How can you protect yourself from the danger of misdiagnosis? Understanding the types of conditions that are more commonly misdiagnosed is a great place to start. https://bit.ly/3cSFPxP

#PatientSafetyTip: Flu season is here and the pandemic is still ongoing. How can you tell if your symptoms are related t...
11/09/2021

#PatientSafetyTip: Flu season is here and the pandemic is still ongoing. How can you tell if your symptoms are related to COVID, the flu or the common cold? CNET shares some tips to know about the overlapping symptoms and how to best protect yourself. https://cnet.co/3q5Trj7

#PatientSafetyTip: Flu season is here and the pandemic is still ongoing. How can you tell if your symptoms are related to COVID, the flu or the common cold? CNET shares some tips to know about the overlapping symptoms and how to best protect yourself. https://cnet.co/3q5Trj7

Sometimes, doctors decide to place an IV line in the internal jugular vein, which runs inside the neck – right next to t...
11/08/2021

Sometimes, doctors decide to place an IV line in the internal jugular vein, which runs inside the neck – right next to the carotid artery. Today on the blog, we examine the devastating consequences that occur if medical providers miss the jugular and insert the IV into the artery itself. https://bit.ly/3BZAUHs

Sometimes, doctors decide to place an IV line in the internal jugular vein, which runs inside the neck – right next to the carotid artery. Today on the blog, we examine the devastating consequences that occur if medical providers miss the jugular and insert the IV into the artery itself. https://bit.ly/3BZAUHs

Tomorrow, Lloyd will kick off the special ABOTA Masters in Trial event, a mock medical malpractice trial between the Geo...
11/04/2021

Tomorrow, Lloyd will kick off the special ABOTA Masters in Trial event, a mock medical malpractice trial between the Georgia ABOTA Chapter and Southeast Georgia ABOTA Chapter. The Masters in Trial series allows attendees to see leading attorneys present a full trial, or in-depth portions of one, in one day, complete with jury participation and deliberations – all painting a roadmap for success. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2ZDjC5V

Tomorrow, Lloyd will kick off the special ABOTA Masters in Trial event, a mock medical malpractice trial between the Georgia ABOTA Chapter and Southeast Georgia ABOTA Chapter. The Masters in Trial series allows attendees to see leading attorneys present a full trial, or in-depth portions of one, in one day, complete with jury participation and deliberations – all painting a roadmap for success. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2ZDjC5V

The American Medical Association’s Code of Medical Ethics requires doctors to inform patients of medical error. This obl...
11/03/2021

The American Medical Association’s Code of Medical Ethics requires doctors to inform patients of medical error. This obligation not only protects the relationship between doctor and patient, but also promotes patient health and safety. Learn more about your rights as a patient today on the blog: https://bit.ly/3pTIjpl

The American Medical Association’s Code of Medical Ethics requires doctors to inform patients of medical error. This obligation not only protects the relationship between doctor and patient, but also promotes patient health and safety. Learn more about your rights as a patient today on the blog: https://bit.ly/3pTIjpl

“It’s one thing to write a catalogue of the various findings psychologists have identified and published, but for a lawy...
11/02/2021

“It’s one thing to write a catalogue of the various findings psychologists have identified and published, but for a lawyer, the sincerity of a true heart is the only requirement of effective advocacy. No one wants to know that, because a true heart is so much harder to acquire than a few advocacy techniques.” Learn more from Dan Holloway, Partner at Bell Law Firm, today on the blog: https://bit.ly/3vRemrb

“It’s one thing to write a catalogue of the various findings psychologists have identified and published, but for a lawyer, the sincerity of a true heart is the only requirement of effective advocacy. No one wants to know that, because a true heart is so much harder to acquire than a few advocacy techniques.” Learn more from Dan Holloway, Partner at Bell Law Firm, today on the blog: https://bit.ly/3vRemrb

Triage is the process of sorting and prioritizing patients for care. Because the process determines a patient’s place “i...
10/28/2021

Triage is the process of sorting and prioritizing patients for care. Because the process determines a patient’s place “in line” at the ER, it is important to understand and pay attention to your triage score. Learn more on the blog: https://bit.ly/3BpQYTm

Triage is the process of sorting and prioritizing patients for care. Because the process determines a patient’s place “in line” at the ER, it is important to understand and pay attention to your triage score. Learn more on the blog: https://bit.ly/3BpQYTm

10/27/2021

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On November 5, your #GreatTrialsPodcast host Steve Lowry will lead the Southeastern Georgia chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates in a special mock trial face-off against the Georgia Chapter.

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Today on Face the Jury, Dan Holloway joins to discuss the inner workings of Bell Law Firm – from approaching cases and p...
10/26/2021

Today on Face the Jury, Dan Holloway joins to discuss the inner workings of Bell Law Firm – from approaching cases and preparing for trial to achieving successful outcomes on behalf of clients. Listen today at podcast.belllawfirm.com.

Today on Face the Jury, Dan Holloway joins to discuss the inner workings of Bell Law Firm – from approaching cases and preparing for trial to achieving successful outcomes on behalf of clients. Listen today at podcast.belllawfirm.com.

Have you registered for the Trial Lawyers University conference kicking off this Wednesday? During the event, Lloyd Bell...
10/25/2021

Have you registered for the Trial Lawyers University conference kicking off this Wednesday? During the event, Lloyd Bell will examine the various elements of the Michael Barbour trial that led a jury in a no offer case to return one of the largest medical malpractice verdicts in a decade. https://bit.ly/3AkUEom

Have you registered for the Trial Lawyers University conference kicking off this Wednesday? During the event, Lloyd Bell will examine the various elements of the Michael Barbour trial that led a jury in a no offer case to return one of the largest medical malpractice verdicts in a decade. https://bit.ly/3AkUEom

Today on Face the Jury, we continue our conversation with Matt Grant and Whistleblower Law Firm about military medical m...
10/12/2021

Today on Face the Jury, we continue our conversation with Matt Grant and Whistleblower Law Firm about military medical malpractice and how Natalie brought about change to the Feres Doctrine with bipartisan support – no easy feat. Listen today at podcast.belllawfirm.com.

Today on Face the Jury, we continue our conversation with Matt Grant and Whistleblower Law Firm about military medical malpractice and how Natalie brought about change to the Feres Doctrine with bipartisan support – no easy feat. Listen today at podcast.belllawfirm.com.

“Several people tried to change the Feres Doctrine to have it clarified and more narrowly interpreted over the years and...
10/08/2021

“Several people tried to change the Feres Doctrine to have it clarified and more narrowly interpreted over the years and have lost. I decided to try for myself.” Learn how Whistleblower Law Firm's Natalie Khawam received bipartisan support to pass the Stayskal Military Medical Accountability Act and what this means for our US service members: https://bit.ly/3ilKU70

“Several people tried to change the Feres Doctrine to have it clarified and more narrowly interpreted over the years and have lost. I decided to try for myself.” Learn how Whistleblower Law Firm's Natalie Khawam received bipartisan support to pass the Stayskal Military Medical Accountability Act and what this means for our US service members: https://bit.ly/3ilKU70

Although the terms are often used interchangeably, “cardiac arrest” and “heart attack” are actually not the same. Becaus...
10/07/2021

Although the terms are often used interchangeably, “cardiac arrest” and “heart attack” are actually not the same. Because both can be deadly and require immediate action, it’s important to understand the difference. Learn more on our blog today: https://bit.ly/3B8WtWk.

Although the terms are often used interchangeably, “cardiac arrest” and “heart attack” are actually not the same. Because both can be deadly and require immediate action, it’s important to understand the difference. Learn more on our blog today: https://bit.ly/3B8WtWk.

Next week on “Face the Jury” we wrap up our conversation with investigative reporter Matt Grant and attorney Natalie Kha...
10/06/2021

Next week on “Face the Jury” we wrap up our conversation with investigative reporter Matt Grant and attorney Natalie Khawam of Whistleblower Law Firm about military medical malpractice and what’s next for our service members. You don’t want to miss it, so be sure to subscribe today at podcast.belllawfirm.com.

Next week on “Face the Jury” we wrap up our conversation with investigative reporter Matt Grant and attorney Natalie Khawam of Whistleblower Law Firm about military medical malpractice and what’s next for our service members. You don’t want to miss it, so be sure to subscribe today at podcast.belllawfirm.com.

If the treatment or procedure you’re receiving is elective, take into account the day, time, and season, when scheduling...
09/30/2021

If the treatment or procedure you’re receiving is elective, take into account the day, time, and season, when scheduling your hospital stay. This is because the time of year and day of the week can significantly affect how well a patient does in the hospital. Here’s why and what you can do to protect yourself: https://bit.ly/39oGZl1

If the treatment or procedure you’re receiving is elective, take into account the day, time, and season, when scheduling your hospital stay. This is because the time of year and day of the week can significantly affect how well a patient does in the hospital. Here’s why and what you can do to protect yourself: https://bit.ly/39oGZl1

As we enter cold and flu season, it’s helpful to brush up on some COVID-19 safety tips. Johns Hopkins Medicine recommend...
09/29/2021

As we enter cold and flu season, it’s helpful to brush up on some COVID-19 safety tips. Johns Hopkins Medicine recommends getting a vaccine as soon as you can, remembering how COVID-19 spreads, watching out for symptoms, keeping up with coronavirus safety precautions, and following guidelines in public places. For more information on how to keep yourself and loved ones safe this season, visit https://bit.ly/3zorvrD

As we enter cold and flu season, it’s helpful to brush up on some COVID-19 safety tips. Johns Hopkins Medicine recommends getting a vaccine as soon as you can, remembering how COVID-19 spreads, watching out for symptoms, keeping up with coronavirus safety precautions, and following guidelines in public places. For more information on how to keep yourself and loved ones safe this season, visit https://bit.ly/3zorvrD

Until recently, US military members were barred from suing the government for medical malpractice due to the Feres Doctr...
09/28/2021
Face The Jury Podcast

Until recently, US military members were barred from suing the government for medical malpractice due to the Feres Doctrine. That all changed when Whistleblower Law Firm took on the case of Army Sergeant First Class Richard Stayskal. By lobbying Congress and advocating on behalf of Sgt. Stayskal, Natalie Khawam received bipartisan support to pass the Stayskal Military Medical Accountability Act. This all unfolded in Charlotte, North Carolina, and was detailed by investigative reporter Matt Grant, who followed the story closely. We’re pleased to welcome both on today’s new episode of Face the Jury. Listen today at podcast.belllawfirm.com.

In this new season, top medical malpractice attorney Lloyd Bell spotlights the failures of the American healthcare system and equips listeners with the tools to spot and prevent malpractice. Former clients, attorneys, and health care professionals join Lloyd in creating a multi-perspective, educatio...

According to the CDC, stroke is a leading cause of death and serious impairment in the U.S. Today on the blog, we discus...
09/23/2021

According to the CDC, stroke is a leading cause of death and serious impairment in the U.S. Today on the blog, we discuss the most common type of stroke, acute ischemic stroke. What causes them, and how can you protect yourself and your loved ones? https://bit.ly/2XzwclT

According to the CDC, stroke is a leading cause of death and serious impairment in the U.S. Today on the blog, we discuss the most common type of stroke, acute ischemic stroke. What causes them, and how can you protect yourself and your loved ones? https://bit.ly/2XzwclT

A recent The New York Times investigation found at least 21% of nursing home residents are on antipsychotic drugs. These...
09/22/2021

A recent The New York Times investigation found at least 21% of nursing home residents are on antipsychotic drugs. These drugs – which for decades have faced criticism as “chemical straitjackets” – are dangerous for older people with dementia, nearly doubling their chance of death from heart problems, infection and falls. But understaffed nursing homes have often used the sedatives so they don’t have to hire more staff to handle residents. Learn more about the blatant negligence: https://nyti.ms/3hB7sjK

A recent The New York Times investigation found at least 21% of nursing home residents are on antipsychotic drugs. These drugs – which for decades have faced criticism as “chemical straitjackets” – are dangerous for older people with dementia, nearly doubling their chance of death from heart problems, infection and falls. But understaffed nursing homes have often used the sedatives so they don’t have to hire more staff to handle residents. Learn more about the blatant negligence: https://nyti.ms/3hB7sjK

Next week on Face the Jury, we share an in-depth discussion about military medical malpractice with investigative report...
09/21/2021

Next week on Face the Jury, we share an in-depth discussion about military medical malpractice with investigative reporter Matt Grant and Whistleblower Law Firm's Natalie Khawam. This is one of our favorite episodes we’ve recorded, and we’re excited to share it with you. Be sure to subscribe today at podcast.belllawfirm.com so you don’t miss it.

Next week on Face the Jury, we share an in-depth discussion about military medical malpractice with investigative reporter Matt Grant and Whistleblower Law Firm's Natalie Khawam. This is one of our favorite episodes we’ve recorded, and we’re excited to share it with you. Be sure to subscribe today at podcast.belllawfirm.com so you don’t miss it.

Have you listened to “Face the Jury” Season Two yet? The first episode provides a deep dive into past-client Tammy Wilso...
09/16/2021

Have you listened to “Face the Jury” Season Two yet? The first episode provides a deep dive into past-client Tammy Wilson’s medical malpractice case. During the Q&A, Tammy discusses how a misdiagnosis profoundly impacted her life. https://bit.ly/3k92blc

Have you listened to “Face the Jury” Season Two yet? The first episode provides a deep dive into past-client Tammy Wilson’s medical malpractice case. During the Q&A, Tammy discusses how a misdiagnosis profoundly impacted her life. https://bit.ly/3k92blc

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s response to an infection injures the body’s own tissu...
09/15/2021

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s response to an infection injures the body’s own tissues and organs. The body “turns on itself.” Today on the blog, we identify tools for detecting sepsis before it’s too late: https://bit.ly/3njE7y8

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s response to an infection injures the body’s own tissues and organs. The body “turns on itself.” Today on the blog, we identify tools for detecting sepsis before it’s too late: https://bit.ly/3njE7y8

Lloyd Bell today announces the Season Two launch of his podcast series “Face the Jury,” complete with a great lineup of ...
09/14/2021

Lloyd Bell today announces the Season Two launch of his podcast series “Face the Jury,” complete with a great lineup of industry guests to dissect the issue of medical malpractice. The first episode of the new season is immediately available at podcast.belllawfirm.com or wherever you find podcasts. https://bwnews.pr/3nxGugS

Lloyd Bell today announces the Season Two launch of his podcast series “Face the Jury,” complete with a great lineup of industry guests to dissect the issue of medical malpractice. The first episode of the new season is immediately available at podcast.belllawfirm.com or wherever you find podcasts. https://bwnews.pr/3nxGugS

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Very proud to represent this wonderful family and happy to help bring some closure in this tragic case.