Malpractice lawsuit gets new life
5/17/2017 A local woman will have a second chance to validate her claim that she was a victim of medical malpractice. The Missouri Supreme Court overturned the 2014 trial ruling in which jurors found for doctors P.B.
Court of Appeals sides with heart patient in Duke Health malpractice ...
5/17/2017 Overruling a lower court, N.C. Court of Appeals judges say an elderly Pembroke woman can sue the Duke University Health System because an affiliated clinic ...
Lawsuit: Woman fell off operating table during surgery
5/17/2017 But the ruling reinstated the lawsuit against Cummings and the Duke entities. Bell had dismissed the case against the doctor and Duke entities on the premise that Locklear's lawyers failed to follow the procedures required when suing for medical ...
Malpractice Dangers in the Patient Handoff
5/17/2017 CRICO Strategies, a research and analysis division of the company that insures Harvard-affiliated hospitals, analyzed more than 23,000 medical malpractice claims. Just about 30% of the cases include a breakdown in communication, according to its 2015 ...
MorningLine: Medical Malpractice (May 2017)
5/17/2017 On today's show, sponsored by The Kelly Firm, we talk about medical malpractice with attorney Clint Kelly. We'll take your calls and offer free legal advice.
Appeals Court Upholds Medical Malpractice Verdict
5/17/2017 Gapinski died at the age of 49, months before the original medical malpractice verdict was issued, and the funds were paid out to his family.
Texas Family Learns of Medical Malpractice Nearly Two Years after Mother's Death
5/17/2017 Hospitals protect doctors, doctors protect doctors, and nurses protect nurses. Sometimes they even go so far as to cover-up for each other.
Medical malpractice - Singapore Court adopts new standard of care test
5/17/2017 Put simply, the Bolam and Bolitho tests (as they are commonly known) provide that a doctor will meet the requisite standard of care if he has acted in accordance with the practices and opinions of a responsible body of medical practitioners skilled in ...
Study Finds Fewer Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Higher Payouts
5/17/2017 Recent studies have shown that the number of medical malpractice lawsuits filed in the United States has dropped significantly over the last twenty years while the average claim has risen.
Medical malpractice reform law proven pointless
5/17/2017 Medscape.com has identified Des Moines as the fourth best city to practice medicine in the country, as reported by The Des Moines Register on May 10, specifically because of a low number of medical malpractice lawsuits. Despite this statistic, on May 5 ...