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Medical Malpractice: First Steps of a Case
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If you believe you've been injured or harmed because of a mistaken diagnosis or poor medical treatment, your initial decisions could shape any possible legal claims you may have.
 
Sanctioned lawyer's team says evidence supports her
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The defense team for lawyer Nancy Raynor, hit with nearly $1 million in sanctions because one of her expert witnesses offered banned testimony in a medical malpractice trial, filed papers Monday arguing that the weight of accumulating evidence was ground for a reversal of the penalty.
 
A cow, a crash and a run at the state’s tort reform law
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Thanks to some outlandish logic and an attempt to limit the farmer’s liability, attorney Philip Russ has turned the case into somewhat of a referendum on the limits of the 2003 tort reform law, which heavily regulated medical malpractice lawsuits and capped damages for pain and suffering. Russ is seeking to get the negligence suit against his client dismissed, arguing that since the farmer is a ...
 
New York Medical Malpractice Lawyer Adnan Munawar Issues a Statement After Doctors at VA Hospital Accused of ...
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NEW YORK, March 10, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New York Daily News is reporting a disheartening story out of Atlanta involving a U.S. veteran who ended up with a weeks-long erection after doctors gave him medication (U.S. Veteran Left With Weeks-Long Erection After Given Sleep...
 
Wisconsin medical malpractice claims fall to record low
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The Director of State Courts in Wisconsin says medical malpractice claims hit a record low last year.
 
Witness: Lawyer Raynor warned expert not to talk of smoking
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A witness testifying Wednesday for defense lawyer Nancy Raynor - hit with nearly $1 million in court-imposed sanctions last Oct. 31 because one of her experts offered banned testimony in a medical-malpractice trial - said Raynor had taken steps to ensure that the information was not heard by the jury.
 
Testimony continues in Nancy Raynor sanctions
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In a sometimes intense hearing, testimony resumed Tuesday in a bid by defense lawyer Nancy Raynor to overturn nearly $1 million in sanctions imposed last Oct. 31 because one of her experts offered banned testimony in a medical-malpractice trial.
 
New York Construction Accident Lawyer Adnan Munawar Issues a Statement After East Village Apartment Building Explodes
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NEW YORK, March 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Horror struck the East Village yesterday as an explosion rocked the neighborhood, resulting in a seven-alarm fire, a building collapse, and several injuries ABC News reported. (Fire Rages After Explosion, Collapse At East Village...
 
Doctor Facing Possible Jail Time for Medical Malpractice
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A South American doctor may face jail time as punishment for a medical malpractice after a complaint was filed against the cosmetic surgeon and his clinic involving the wrongful death of a young beauty queen. Crowned the “Queen of Duran” in October 2014, Catherine Cando Cornejo died during abdominal liposuction at the Guayaquil clinic in […]
 
Malpractice insurance: Finding muddled ground
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In diagnosing medical costs, malpractice insurance often is cast as a rampaging rhino trampling care while gouging wallets. But some argue it serves as little more than bogus bogeyman under the bed, a fear evoked by many but, once light shines, seen by none.