It is very common for people to not file a lawsuit, even when they have a right to take legal action. You can consider pursuing a lawsuit whenever you have experienced an event of negligence or […]Read more.
We recently shared an article on social media about a family’s struggle with their son’s Cerebral Palsy and the lawsuit that alleges medical negligence against the hospital who delivered him. These types of cases come around […]Read more.
Have you or a loved one had a recent surgery or medical operation done and don’t seem to be getting any better in your recovery? This could be a warning sign of post-operative complications, meaning your […]Read more.
When a routine surgical procedure went wrong at John Cochran VA Medical Center, a U.S. Army veteran lost his leg and suffered severe brain damage. He’s been awarded $8.3 million in a medical negligence lawsuit. Dirk […]Read more.
Johnson & Johnson is in the media again – this time it’s for defective hip implants. The company will pay more than $4 billion to settle more than 7,500 lawsuits. Thousands of people have already had […]Read more.
In 2011, the Cates family elected (after having scheduled a C-section) for a vaginal delivery for their breech baby. After consulting with numerous doctors, the Cates felt this was a safe way to deliver their baby […]Read more.
Jeffrey Schneider, 59, and his wife, Connie Schneider, were awarded $6.4 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit as a result of a stroke that he had suffered in 2007. According to the Schneiders, their doctor, Dr. Joseph […]Read more.
The parents of 11-year-old Breanna Sadler of Vine Grove, Ky., sued the manufacturer of their daughter’s cochlear implants, Advance Bionics of Valencia, Calif., accusing the company of continuing to sell the device after executives knew it […]Read more.
A U.S. Air Force veteran was awarded $1.25 million in a medical malpractice case against the U.S. government. Robert Metzler, 70, and his wife sued for a combined $30 million after Metzler contracted hepatitis C during […]Read more.