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Blog Posts in October, 2015

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  • Widow Sues Hospitals After Her Husband Was Incorrectly Declared Dead
    Widow Sues Hospitals After Her Husband Was Incorrectly Declared Dead

    A woman from upstate New York has filed a medical malpractice suit against two Buffalo hospitals, based on the circumstances surrounding the October 2014 death of her husband. According to a local ...

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  • Declining Cesarean Section Rates May Be Causing an Increase in Birth Injuries
    Declining Cesarean Section Rates May Be Causing an Increase in Birth Injuries

    A recently published news article has reported on the interesting assertion that a decline in the rate of births that are performed by cesarean section has resulted in an increase in the number of ...

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  • Plaintiff's Failure to Diligently Pursue Medical Malpractice Case Leads to Dismissal
    Plaintiff's Failure to Diligently Pursue Medical Malpractice Case Leads to Dismissal

    Earlier this month, the Supreme Court of Mississippi decided a case against a medical malpractice plaintiff, determining that the plaintiff’s failure to bring the case until after the statute of ...

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  • Georgia Rules Obstetrician Unqualified to Testify in Support of Certified Nurse Midwife
    Georgia Rules Obstetrician Unqualified to Testify in Support of Certified Nurse Midwife

    The Georgia Tort Reform Act of 2005, which was vigorously endorsed by health care providers and health insurance companies in Georgia in part to make it more difficult for injured persons to bring ...

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  • Woman's Birth Injury Claim Rejected After Judge Finds Alternate Causes for Injuries to Newborn Child
    Woman's Birth Injury Claim Rejected After Judge Finds Alternate Causes for Injuries to Newborn Child

    A decision was recently handed down in a birth injury case that rejected the plaintiff’s claim and will possibly result in her being held responsible for the legal fees incurred by the defendant in ...

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  • Federal Appellate Court Allows Medical Malpractice Plaintiff's Case to Continue Without Expert Testimony
    Federal Appellate Court Allows Medical Malpractice Plaintiff's Case to Continue Without Expert Testimony

    Earlier this month, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals released a decision allowing a medical malpractice plaintiff to continue on with her case despite the fact that she did not present expert ...

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