29 December 2008

A man who was injured when the motorcycle he was riding on hit a drain created by a local road paving company is suing that company. The lawsuit was filed

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22 December 2008

More details are emerging in the Boeing 737 airliner that crashed during takeoff Saturday at Denver International Airport (DIA). The jet was on its way to Houston after having engin

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16 December 2008

An osteopathic physician who lied on his application for a position at Putnam General Hospital (Putnam County, WV) five years ago, has over 120 medical malpractice lawsuits pending against him

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15 December 2008

In a different sort of medical malpractice case in Indiana recently, two complaints were filed against the Indiana Organ Procurement Organization after skin cancer was spread to two recipients from

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9 December 2008

In the past, we have blogged about the dangerous acne drug, Accutane, and how it has caused Inflammatory Bowel Disease in some of the people taking the drug. An eight-person

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8 December 2008

A Madison County, Illinois hospital, Saint Anthony’s Health Center, and several of its doctors, are facing a ten-count medical malpractice suit after Joyce Cooper claims she suffered a stroke as

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2 December 2008

A West Virginia man was recently awarded over $1 million dollars by a jury due to botched eye surgery. Dr. Mark Whitten from Rockville, Maryland was ordered to pay $

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1 December 2008

An Arizona woman is suing the emergency room of St. Mary’s Hospital in Tucson, Arizona following the death of her husband. The suit claims “reckless disregard” by hospital staff led

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25 November 2008

In New York City, a woman had to have both hands and both feet amputated after an egregious medical mistake left her with blocked blood flow to the limbs. Tabitha

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24 November 2008

A jury recently awarded a Florida man nearly $8.2 million in damages from Allstate car insurance company but has to wait for another jury to decide whether or not

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19 November 2008

The law firm of Robert W. Kerpsack, Co., L.P.A. is currently investigating cases involving the intra-articular pain pump catheters that are temporarily implanted in a patient’s shoulder during surgery. Thes

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