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Monthly Archives: May 2020


COVID-19 Medical Malpractice Claims Likely to be Barred

By Palmer | Lopez |

Three states – Michigan, New Jersey, and New York – have already passed legislation or an executive order providing immunity for doctors from COVID-19 medical malpractice claims. These statutes are meant to protect health care workers from liability as they try to treat the influx of patients showing up due to the virus. These… Read More »

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Robotic Surgery and Medical Malpractice Claims

By Palmer | Lopez |

Robotic surgery is becoming much more popular as new innovations become available on the market. But it also creates a bit of an investigative challenge for medical malpractice attorneys who litigate cases against negligent doctors. If the doctor uses the technology incorrectly and injures their patient, that may be grounds for a medical malpractice… Read More »

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More Nursing Homes Face Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

America is learning a lot about itself right now while the nation remains in lockdown as fears over the spread of coronavirus have shut down the economy. Nursing homes are particularly under fire right now because they house such a vulnerable population. In a survey conducted by the U.S. government, 75% of nursing homes… Read More »

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Birth Injury Leads to $3.5M Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

Birth injury lawsuits often have some of the highest verdicts or settlements attached to them. Even when the child survives, which is often, the parents are left with a child who will have severe developmental disabilities for the rest of their lives. In a recent case that settled for $3.5 million, the plaintiff alleged… Read More »

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