Archive for August, 2011

Florida Hospital’s Sudden Departure of Three Surgeons May Harm Transplant Patients

Shands Healthcare at the University of Florida has suspended its liver and pancreas transplant programs after its four organ transplant surgeons suddenly departed from the hospital. The transplant center spend the weekend trying to notify all 123 patients waiting for new organs. The chairman of surgery at the University of Florida said that he is working to recruit surgeons who are trained to …

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Lawsuit against balloonists dropped by JCM, damage lingering

Balloon pilot Denni Barrett of Magical Adventures and Fantasy Balloon Flight’s Cindy and Steve Wilkinson stand behind their attorney, Robert Gilliland Jr., as he announces to media that JCM Farming Inc. dropped a lawsuit against the balloonists at a press conference on Aug. 17 in Indio.

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Lawsuit dropped by JCM, damage lingering

Balloon pilot Denni Barrett of Magical Adventures and Fantasy Balloon Flight’s Cindy and Steve Wilkinson stand behind their attorney, Robert Gilliland Jr., as he announces to media that JCM Farming Inc. dropped a lawsuit against the balloonists at a press conference on Aug. 17 in Indio.

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Seven Personal Injury Lawyers from The Virginia Law Firm Allen & Allen Named in Best Lawyers in America 2012

Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen is proud to announce that 7 of its attorneys have been named to the 2012 edition of Best Lawyers in America, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. (PRWeb August 30, 2011) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/Best-Lawyers-2012/Allen-and-Allen/prweb8754852.htm

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Court may decide medical malpractice cap

TALLAHASSEE ­– Eight years after lawmakers overhauled the state’s medical-malpractice laws, groups are preparing for a possible showdown in the Florida Supreme Court about the constitutionality of a cap on legal damages. RSS Feed:  read more

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