Archive for May, 2010

Florida Medical Malpractice Lawyer Finding an Able and Effective Legal Support

It is the common desire of victims to receive compensation. Such is also the case with personal injury claims: The main goal is to receive just recompense for the damages incurred.

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‘Killer kidney’ hosp cleared

A Queens jury yesterday cleared an NYU surgeon of malpractice for unwittingly transplanting a kidney from a woman with uterine cancer into his patient. Kimberly Liew, whose husband developed cancer after receiving the transplant and died in 2003 as a result, was seeking $3 million for Victor Liew’s pain …

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Medical malpractice an issue for justice

SPRINGFIELD | While Thomas Kilbride has made a host of decisionswhile serving as a justice on the Illinois Supreme Court for thepast 10 years, just one will likely be the focus of his retentionbid in November.

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$10.35 million malpractice suit filed against doctors in James City woman’s death

Complaint alleges doctor prescribed powerful narcotic cocktail that led to death of 44-year-old woman JAMES CITY — The family of a James City County woman found dead in her home two years ago has filed a $10.35 million wrongful death suit against a doctor and two nurses claiming a cocktail of pain medications they prescribed caused her death.

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Complicated Surgeries Carry Greater Risks, Possible Need for New York Medical Malpractice Attorneys According To David …

Face transplants carry a greater risk of medical malpractice (PRWeb May 27, 2010) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/newyork/medicalmalpractice/prweb4054554.htm

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