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June 15, 2017

Dawne Gee Case Against Baptist Health Settled

We are proud to announce the Dawne Gee case against Baptist Health settled, this week.  The incident originally occurred in 2014, leading to a law suit in 2015.  We were able to reach a settlement for an undisclosed amount. The work required in a medical malpractice case is substantial.  The gathering of evidence, the depositions, the filings all required intense preparation and scrutiny.  While the […]
April 28, 2016

Child Dead in Day Care Van

One child is too many. Yet it has happened again. Beautiful baby LaVontae Swain has needlessly died of heat exposure after being left in the day care van. The day care involved is Lil’ Kings and Queens Daycare. More troubling is the fact that the Cabinet for Health and Human Services previously investigated this very daycare at least seven times since 2012 and found deficiencies. […]
April 22, 2016

Deadly New Bacteria Linked To Medical Devices

Deadly New Bacteria Linked To Medical Devices Deadly New Bacteria Linked To Medical Devices Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) is a deadly antibiotic-resistant bacteria SUPERBUG which has been linked to a type of widely used medical scope.  The latest cases came out of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, where four patients were infected with the superbug.  As with most infections, it is only a matter of time before we […]
April 22, 2016

Power Morcellator Linked To Spread Of Uterine Cancer

Power Morcellator Linked To Spread Of Uterine Cancer Power Morcellator Linked To Spread Of Uterine Cancer If you or a loved one has undergone laparoscopic gynecologic surgery such as a hysterectomy or myomectomy, and were then diagnosed with uterine cancer, you may have a claim. The FDA has recently issued warnings against the use of laparoscopic power morcellators in the majority of women for removal […]
April 22, 2016

$5.7 Million Verdict For Patient In Tansvaginal Mesh Trial

$5.7 Million Verdict For Patient In Tansvaginal Mesh Trial $5.7 Million Verdict For Patient In Tansvaginal Mesh Trial A jury in California has returned a $5.7 million dollar verdict against the manufacturers of a transvaginal mesh device that was defectively designed.  The jury also determined that the manufacturers failed to warn physicians of the risks of using the product on their patients. Trans-vaginal mesh devices […]
April 22, 2016

SENATE REPORT: DIRTY SURGICAL SCOPES SPREAD INFECTION WORLD-WIDE

SENATE REPORT: DIRTY SURGICAL SCOPES SPREAD INFECTION WORLD-WIDE The United States Senate investigated cases of hospital acquired infections across the US and the world and found at least 25 outbreaks caused by dirty surgical instruments, specifically duodenoscopes. Many patients infected by the dirty scopes died. The Senate specifically placed the blame of the scope manufacturers who produced the scopes and failed to warn of the […]