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Monthly Archives: December 2020

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Craziest Medical Malpractice Cases of 2020

By Palmer | Lopez |

2020 has been a year unlike any other. As we countdown to the end of this crazy year, let’s inventory some of the craziest medical malpractice cases of the year and discuss how they went down. Man Loses Most of Penis  A California jury awarded a man $22,000 in economic damages and nearly $10… Read More »

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Connecticut Supreme Court Rules Prisoner Lawsuit too Old to Try

By Palmer | Lopez |

The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that a prisoner who filed a lawsuit against the state department of corrections would not have his case heard in court. The ruling centered on whether or not the statute of limitations should be tolled in this case. Two lower courts had already determined that the statutory period had… Read More »

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Court Rules the University of Miami Immune to Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

By Palmer | Lopez |

A state appeals court ruled that the University of Miami is shielded by sovereign immunity from facing tort lawsuits arising out of medical malpractice. The lawsuit stemmed from the care provided by the Jackson Memorial Hospital. The ruling has broad application where the law is concerned. State employees or even contractors may be extended… Read More »

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Family of Former Mayor Files Medical Malpractice Lawsuit After His Death

By Palmer | Lopez |

The family of a former St. Claire, Minnesota mayor has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against a physician and the Mayo Clinic Health system claiming that emergency room errors contributed to the mayor’s death. The mayor died in 2018 of a brain hemorrhage. The lawsuit claims that the mayor would have survived had the… Read More »

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