AVOIDING LIABILITY BLOG

Great News! Texas Marriage & Family Therapists Can Continue to Diagnose

Had the court of appeals decision been allowed to stand another suit probably would have been [...]

What are State-Based First Offender Programs?

Many states have passed criminal laws called First Offender Programs that can be very helpful to [...]

Spotlight Interview – Karim Tonsy

Karim believes that the most rewarding aspect of his career, hands down, is when a client leaves [...]

The Importance of Consent Forms in Your Mental Health Practice

Reducing your risk as a mental health practitioner is key to protecting your practice. Mental [...]

Nurse Practitioners and Professional Negligence Lawsuits

Nurses are concerned about their potential liability for patient care and advanced practice [...]

Daily Inspection of Exercise Band Helps Win Defendant’s Verdict – Upheld on Appeal

While we have examined personal trainer duties and responsibilities in reference to the provision [...]

Teletherapy – The Do’s, The Don’ts and the In-between

It’s not good practice to add teletherapy into your repertoire, before knowing what your state [...]

Boards of Nursing and Their Disciplinary Powers

Your state board of nursing has the authority to administer and enforce the state nurse practice [...]

9 Veggies to Eat in Late Winter

Getting creative in the kitchen provides nutritious and exciting meals, help anyone stick to [...]

Meeting Resistance? Take Heart!

It happens. Sooner or later, virtually all clients/patients become resistant to our professional [...]

Is an Injury to a Patient Always Considered Negligence or Malpractice?

In 2002, a female 79-year-old patient suffered a stroke that resulted in her being “physically [...]

4 Ways to Keep Those New Year’s Resolution Clients Coming Back to the Gym

With proper encouragement and attention, any person can improve their health and stay true to [...]

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