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Blog Posts in March, 2016

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  • Jury Awards $1.52 Million to Woman after Complications Related to a Botched Hysterectomy
    Jury Awards $1.52 Million to Woman after Complications Related to a Botched Hysterectomy

    A $1.52 million jury verdict that was recently awarded to a woman after a medical malpractice trial demonstrates the potential benefits malpractice victims can see when stubborn medical providers and ...

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  • Limits on Medical Malpractice Damages Vary by State and the Type of Damages Sought
    Limits on Medical Malpractice Damages Vary by State and the Type of Damages Sought

    The federal government and most U.S. states place limits on the amount of damages a medical malpractice victim is able to recover from a claim against medical providers whose negligence resulted in ...

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  • Two Hospitals Split Responsibility for $30 Million Medical Malpractice Settlement
    Two Hospitals Split Responsibility for $30 Million Medical Malpractice Settlement

    When a patient is injured due to the negligent care provided by a physician, there can be several parties responsible. Of course, the doctor providing the care is who immediately comes to mind, but ...

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  • Confidential Settlements in Medical Malpractice Cases
    Confidential Settlements in Medical Malpractice Cases

    Personal injury lawsuits most often do not go to trial, but are resolved in a pre-trial settlement between the parties. This can occur for several reasons. For example, if the defendants named in a ...

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  • Failure to Recognize Signs of Fetal Distress During Delivery Can Lead to a Malpractice Claim
    Failure to Recognize Signs of Fetal Distress During Delivery Can Lead to a Malpractice Claim

    Doctors and medical staff have to look out for a number of issues that can arise during a child’s birth. One of these involves the amount of oxygen that the baby is receiving during the delivery. ...

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  • Birth Injury Case Alleging Erb's Palsy Dismissed for Failure to Meet Statute of Limitations
    Birth Injury Case Alleging Erb's Palsy Dismissed for Failure to Meet Statute of Limitations

    The Seventh Circuit United States Court of Appeals recently released an opinion in which it affirmed the dismissal of a case filed by the mother of an alleged birth injury victim who claims her ...

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