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Monthly Archives: November 2019

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Lawsuit Contends Urologist, Radiologist Failed to Follow-Up With Patient Care

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

The family of a man who died as a result of a lack of follow-up on a chest x-ray has filed a lawsuit against the urologist who took the x-ray and the radiologist who interpreted it. The family says the doctors failed to timely diagnose a cancer that was allowed to metastasize. The patient… Read More »

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Family Wins $101M Medical Malpractice Verdict in Birth Injury Case

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

A Chicago jury awarded a family over $100 million after they say nurses allowed their unborn baby to go oxygen-deprived for over 6 hours. Even after the child’s mother told nurses that she could not feel her baby move, the nurses neglected to monitor the child. If proper monitoring occurred, the nursing staff would… Read More »

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Hidden FDA Database Reveals Multiple Complaints Against Medical Device Manufacturers

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

When Dr. Douglas Kwazneski realized that his medical stapler had failed, he wondered if other doctors had experienced the same problem. It seemed likely that they had, although, when he searched through the FDA database there were no complaints concerning the stapler. Of course, that wasn’t strictly true. As it turns out, there were… Read More »

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Legislators Debate Merits of Granny Cams

By The Palmer Law Firm, P.A. |

Right now, legislators are debating whether or not loved ones should be allowed to place nanny cams in their loved one’s nursing home rooms. These so-called “granny cams” are the subject of an ongoing debate between patient’s rights advocates and the nursing industry as a whole. While the nursing industry opposes allowing granny cams… Read More »

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