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Monthly Archives: April 2020

Pharmacist

Chain Pharmacies and Pharmacy Malpractice

By Palmer | Lopez |

Pharmacy malpractice is not something you hear a lot about. In fact, most of the medical malpractice stories that you’ll hear about in the news are either outrageous mistakes caused by incompetent doctors or jaw-dropping verdicts in favor of plaintiffs. The rest tend to fly underneath the radar. But when a pharmacist makes a… Read More »

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The Anatomy of a Failed Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

While the rules for filing medical malpractice lawsuits differ from state to state, there is more similarity than difference. For instance, in a medical malpractice lawsuit, you can’t simply claim that you suffered an injury as a result of medical care; you must prove that the doctor or health care staff failed to follow… Read More »

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Two Patients Die After Surgery at Kansas Hospital

By Palmer | Lopez |

A 40-year-old Missouri man went to Pinnacle Regional Hospital in Overland Park, Kansas for a hip replacement. At 6’1” and 240 lbs, the patient was considered “obese” by doctors even though he had been a physical fitness buff for years before he began to show stress injuries to his back. For that reason, he… Read More »

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Boston Jury Finds in Favor of Hospital in Highly-Publicized Med Mal Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

It was a story that made national headlines and sparked outrage from all corners. The parents of a young woman who was suffering from a physical condition with psychiatric symptoms was taken away from her parents after they failed to follow up with recommended treatment. They were reported to social services and their daughter… Read More »

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