Medical Malpractice

$27 Million Birth Injury Lawsuit Filed in Puerto Rico

birth injury lawsuit filed in puerto ricoA couple have filed a $27 million birth injury lawsuit alleging their son suffered from perinatal asphyxia and other injuries due to medical malpractice at two Puerto Rico hospitals. They claim health care professionals at both facilities, as well as other outside doctors, failed to properly assess and respond to the boy’s birth.

In September 2012, the pregnant mother visited her obstetrician after experiencing pelvic pressure and secretions. Upon ...

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Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Filed After Fatal Drug Mix-Up

medical malpractice lawsuit filed against surgical centerA medical malpractice lawsuit has been filed after a Connecticut man died during a surgical procedure because of an alleged drug mix-up. The 53 year old suffered from cardiac arrest during a double-level anterior discectomy performed at a surgical center. A recent article by Outpatient Surgery details the alleged events that are the basis for a medical malpractice lawsuit recently filed by his family.

While the man was undergoing ...

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Patients of Surgeon Encouraged to Get Checkups After Malpractice Suits

A recent article by ABC urges patients who underwent breast augmentation surgery in the 80’s or 90’s performed by a specific doctor in Houston to get a check up on their implants. The Houston doctor has been the subject of numerous medical malpractice lawsuits from patients who claim to have suffered under his alleged substandard care.

The late doctor was a very popular plastic surgeon in the Houston area for breast augmentations when he was practicing. Dayna ...

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Possible Neglect Not Reported in Hospital

An investigation by the Michigan Department of Community Health’s Office of Recipient Rights alleges that a former director of a Michigan hospital did not properly report that death of a patient in March, 2014 that may have involved negligence.

In May, a nurse, a nursing director, and the director of the Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital were all suspended, based on multiple complaints about patient treatment. One of the complaints involved the death of a 68 year old ...

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Kidney Donor Files Malpractice Lawsuit After Doctor’s Failure to Diagnose Cancer

A woman who donated a kidney to her grandmother 11 months before the older woman died from cancer has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against a Texas doctor. The medical malpractice lawsuit names a physician and a nephrology practice group as defendants.

The 31-year old woman claims that she donated her kidney to her grandmother without being informed that she suffered from terminal cancer, so the kidney donation was of no value. The grandmother had been evaluated ...

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Alabama Widow Awarded $4 Million in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

A Walker County, Alabama woman won a medical malpractice lawsuit against an emergency room doctor who allegedly mistook her husband’s heart attack symptoms for a stomach illness. The jury voted in favor of the woman after a 7-day medical malpractice trial, awarding the widow $4 million.

In 2008, the woman’s 40 year old man visited the Walker Baptist Medical Center two days after he began feeling sick to his stomach. The man entered the emergency room complaining ...

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