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Monthly Archives: September 2021

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Did A Guardian Force Patient To Sign DNR?

By Palmer | Lopez |

A lawsuit has been filed against two hospitals and a guardian who was responsible for the well-being of the patient. According to the lawsuit, the patient specifically did not sign a DNR and his wishes were for doctors to attempt to resuscitate him. The patient fell ill, and, because an executed DNR was present… Read More »

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PFO Closures And Medical Malpractice

By Palmer | Lopez |

A patient was referred to a cardiologist after experiencing a medical event that put her in the emergency room. Neither the emergency room staff nor a consulting neurologist was able to determine what was wrong with her. The patient ended up being referred to a cardiologist who performed a “bubble test”. The test involved… Read More »

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Lawsuits Filed Over Mask And Anti-Mask Mandates

By Palmer | Lopez |

Let’s skip all of the scientific arguments concerning mask mandates. What would happen if a child who was forced to go to public school died as a result of COVID? Right now, Governor Ron DeSantis has issued an order saying that all public schools that force children to wear masks will lose funding. Children… Read More »

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Bird Scooters, City Of Tampa Face Lawsuit Over Broken Sidewalk

By Palmer | Lopez |

A Tampa woman suffered extensive injuries after she hit a broken patch of sidewalk on her Bird e-scooter. According to a complaint filed against Bird Scooters and the City of Tampa, the woman needed five hours of surgery to repair internal damage. She also required a second hospitalization and second surgery requiring 12 days… Read More »

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Prostate Surgery Results In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

By Palmer | Lopez |

A new trial is set to begin concerning what the plaintiff claims was a botched prostate surgery. The doctor was performing a robot-assisted prostatectomy (removal of the prostate). According to the plaintiff, he suffered a rectal tear during the surgery which was not properly repaired at the time. This resulted in a rectourethral fistula… Read More »

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