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Monthly Archives: June 2022

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LA Hospital Sued For Medical Malpractice/Racism

By Palmer | Lopez |

The husband of a woman who died shortly after childbirth at a well-known hospital in Los Angeles has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the hospital accusing it of providing a much lower standard of care to women of color than white women. The plaintiff said that the racial element of his case took… Read More »

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Nurse Goes To Trial For Culpable Negligence After Medication Error

By Palmer | Lopez |

While it’s not necessarily a crime to commit medical malpractice, there are criminal elements potentially to a medical malpractice case. Criminal charges have been filed against doctors for active conduct that places a patient’s health in peril. However, these cases usually do not involve negligence allegations. Our system of civil law is based on… Read More »

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Plaintiff Wins $17M After Death Of Husband

By Palmer | Lopez |

A woman filed a wrongful death lawsuit after her husband, a contractor, died while installing a cellular wireless system. Details concerning his death are sparse due to confidentiality agreements, but we know that the lawsuit settled for $17 million. The case remained in litigation for a year as defense counsel deposed witnesses and employees… Read More »

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The Anatomy $43 Million Premises Liability Verdict Against CVS

By Palmer | Lopez |

Three recent premises liability lawsuits, all filed in Georgia, could have a profound impact on the duty of care for proprietors in high-crime areas. In a recent lawsuit, CVS was charged $43 million after a patron was shot in their establishment. Over the past three years, there have been at least three premises liability… Read More »

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Doctors Sued After Operating On Wrong Ankle

By Palmer | Lopez |

A patient claimed that doctors asked her twice which ankle they were going to be operating on before proceeding to operate on the wrong ankle. The matter was not corrected until 90 minutes into the surgery when nurses recognized the mistake. The doctors then informed the patient that they had operated on the wrong… Read More »

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