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Monthly Archives: October 2019


Switched Urine Sample Results in Misdiagnosis Lawsuit

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

A Navy veteran sued William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veteran’s MedicalCenter for failing to diagnose and promptly treat him after complaining of severe abdominal pains. Medical workers switched a urine sample that the veteran had provided with that of a cocaine addict according to the lawsuit. Doctors told him to stop taking cocaine and released… Read More »

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Doctor Sued After Administering Lethal Dose of Propofol

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

Propofol is the drug most widely known for causing the overdose that Michael Jackson died of. In a clinical setting, it is used as a hypnotic anesthesia for major surgeries. When a patient cannot be awake for the procedure, propofol is one of the top options for doctors. However, in excessive doses, the drug… Read More »

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Hip Replacement Manufacturer Hit with $7.7M Verdict

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

In a retrial, following an appellate court’s determination that the jury’s original $9.2 million verdict was “hasty” and “excessive”, Zimmer Biomet was hit with another verdict, this time for $7.7 million. A Los Angeles native sued the company after he alleged that his hip replacement was defective. The company has now paid out more… Read More »

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Medical Errors Led to $6M Settlement for Neil Armstrong’s Death

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

The family of American hero and astronaut Neil Armstrong were not happy with the quality of care received at an Ohio hospital. According to a Washington Examiner article, the family sued Mercy Health System after Armstrong died in their care. The hospital paid out a $6 million settlement to avoid taking the case to… Read More »

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