The devastating impact of medication errors

The National Coordinating Council for Medication Error Reporting and Prevention classifies a medication error as a preventable event that creates adverse effects or inappropriate use. U.S. consumers report more than 1 million such errors to the Food and Drug Administration every year. Review the facts about medication errors and seek assistance if you or a family […]

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7 types of never events

7 types of never events In 2001, Ken Kizer, M.D., introduced the term “never event.” The phrase describes medical errors that should never happen, which may include death or serious injury. The events are recognizable and severe for patients and show a problem with the safety and integrity of a health care institution. According to […]

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    We're Joining Tetzel Law!

    We are excited to let you know that effective January 1, 2024, Attorneys Kevin Donius and Roger Brunelle of Sbrogna, Brunelle & Donius, LLP, along with our paralegals Nicole LeBlanc and Denise Geoghan, have joined forces with Tetzel Law, a Boston based firm specializing in cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, nursing home negligence and abuse, and construction accidents.  We encourage you to visit Tetzel Law’s website at www.tetzellaw.com to learn more about the firm.  With Tetzel Law, we now have offices in Boston, Worcester, Woburn and Hingham.


    For existing clients, you may still reach us at the same phone numbers previously provided or call us at Tetzel Law directly at 617-742-1700.  Further, while we still have our existing emails, any new emails should be sent to the following email addresses:

    Kevin Donius: kdonius@tetzellaw.com

    Roger Brunelle: rbrunelle@tetzellaw.com

    Nicole LeBlance: nleblanc@tetzellaw.com

    Denise Geoghan: dgeoghan@tetzellaw.com

    We look forward to continuing our representation of injured individuals throughout Massachusetts with Tetzel Law.

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