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Monthly Archives: January 2019

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Trouble at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital has been the subject of a number of news articles amid a scandal that saw patient deaths skyrocket over the three-year period during which Johns Hopkins took control. Initially, All Children’s had a great reputation throughout Florida as one of the premier hospitals for pediatric heart surgery. In an… Read More »

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Doctor Mistakes Woman’s Kidney for Tumor and Removes It

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

A Palm Beach woman was scheduled to have a relatively simple spinal fusion surgery done at Wellington Regional Medical Center but left without her kidney. Now she’s suing for medical malpractice. The general surgeon, who was tasked with operating on the woman, mistook her kidney for a tumor and, without her consent, removed it… Read More »

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Former Vikings Lineman Files $180 Million Lawsuit Against Renowned Surgeon

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

Former defensive tackle for the Minnesota Vikings, Sharrif Floyd, has initiated a $180 million medical malpractice lawsuit against renowned orthopedic surgeon, Dr. James Andrews. Floyd has filed a litany of complaints against the surgeon alongside eight other named defendants in a lawsuit that alleges the doctor essentially ended his football career. Floyd alleges that… Read More »

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Understanding the “Standard of Care” in Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

Medical malpractice lawsuits are much more complex than simple negligence lawsuits. Simple negligence lawsuits involve situations and scenarios in which an average person would be able to render a decision on liability. Take, for instance, a dog bite case. If your neighbor has an unruly dog that gets off the property and causes another… Read More »

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