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Dirty Surgical Tools Sicken Hundreds

Dirty Surgical Tools Sicken Hundreds

| Personal Injury
An Indiana hospital recently sent a letter to over 1,100 patients which said that unsafe practices placed them at risk for HIV, hepatitis, and other serious infections. Officials at Goshen Hospital told patients that a surgical technician failed to properly clean instruments for several months. However, the hospital insisted the actual illness risk was “extremely…Read the article
DOJ: South Dakota Neurosurgeon Performed Unnecessary Service

DOJ: South Dakota Neurosurgeon Performed Unnecessary Service

| Medical Malpractice
Dr. Wilson Asfora made millions of dollars performing unnecessary surgeries, including one that paralyzed a man, according to federal prosecutors at the Department of Justice. The criminal allegations come in the wake of a $20 million settlement in a related whistle blower action. According to court documents, Dr. Asfora routinely performed “excessive” and “quite aggressive”…Read the article
7 Reasons a Medical Malpractice Attorney is Necessary

7 Reasons a Medical Malpractice Attorney is Necessary

| Medical Malpractice
Medical malpractice claims, along with their counterpart cases of personal injury suits, usually arise when someone in the medical or health care field fails to do due diligence as outlined in their job. When they fail to properly perform their job, they do not do their job to provide accurate, competent and proper care, and as a result of this the patient…Read the article
Understanding Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Understanding Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

| Medical Malpractice
Personal injury law, which is also known as tort law, allows someone to pursue legal action against another party that caused bodily harm (medical malpractice lawsuit) or some sort of injury or damages to the individual. There are many different types of situations that can lead up to a personal injury case, although not all…Read the article
Medi Teddys to the Rescue

Medi Teddys to the Rescue

| Medical Malpractice
A young girl struggling with a rare autoimmune disorder had a unique idea to make the medical process easier for child patients, their families, and their caregivers. When she was seven years old, doctors diagnosed Ella Casano, who is now 12, with Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura. ITP causes the patient’s body to attack its own blood…Read the article