In a life-threatening medical emergency, airborne ICUs save valuable time and dramatically improve treatment outcomes. Unfortunately, the relief following successful treatment is often met with shock and panic when the bill for the service arrives. Patients across the country have been hit with tens of thousands of dollars in charges for air ambulance services and bombarded with collection calls while they are still in recovery. This practice adds insult to injury and can cause patients great amounts of anxiety and stress during one of the most vulnerable times of their lives. Continue reading “Elk & Elk, Dubyak Nelson represent victims in claims against emergency air transport provider”
Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016
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School officials have no problem justifying a delay or cancellation when roads are covered in snow or ice, but making the decision to cancel when low wind chill values are the issue at hand can be much harder. While some children are cozy in the back of a parent’s vehicle during their commute, many of their peers walk to school or a bus stop each day. This contrast in circumstances raises a question commonly debated by both parents and administrators: how cold is too cold for school?
Continue reading “Too Cold for School?”
The United States lags behind the world in mother and child safety during delivery. Despite steep declines in the global rate of maternal mortality, it is one of the few countries reporting increases in pregnancy-related deaths, making it an outlier among developed nations. Continue reading “Do you know the warning signs of post-birth complications?”
During the historic 2015-16 season, Elk & Elk teamed up with the Cleveland Cavaliers to launch the “Get That Weak Stuff Out of Here!” Campaign. The firm pledged $100 to Cleveland Clinic Children’s for each shot blocked by the team, resulting in a $40,600 donation to support life-changing research in the fight against pediatric cancer.