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Medical Malpractice Law
 
Estate fo James Randall Barnes v. Dr. Francis L. Daly

Medical Malpractice - The family of Randall R. Barnes claimed that Dr. Francis Dally negligently failed to properly diagnose and treat Mr. Barnes' psychiatric problems including major depression, with the result that Mr. Barnes killed himself on November 20, 1997. Plaintiffs claimed that suicidal ideations by Mr. Barnes were communicated to Dr. Daly but that he failed to recognize the seriousness... More...   $8100000 (02-08-2001 - NC)

Deborah Hembree, et al. v. Dr. Richard Katseres, et al.

Medical Malpractice - Wrongful Death - The allegations made by the plaintiffs and the defenses asserted by the defendant are unknown at this time.... More...   $0 (02-02-2001 - OK)

Virginia Ferguson v. Dr. Alicia McKenzie

In Tosado v. Miller, 188 Ill. 2d 186 (1999), adult plaintiffs brought medical malpractice actions against a county hospital and its employees. A plurality of this court concluded that the applicable statute of limitations was the one-year limitations period of the Local Governmental and Governmental Employees Tort Immunity Act (Tort Immunity Act or Act) (745 ILCS 10/8-101 (West 1998)) rather than ... More...   $0 (01-29-2001 - IL)

Doe v. Roe

Medical malpractice - Failure to Diagnose and Timely Respond to Placental Abruption - Minor plaintiff was born on Novembe4r 12, 1991 at defendant medical center. The pregnancy had been essentially normal and the mother was nearing her due date. During the last month, she went sought urgent care on several occasions for abdominal pain. On November 12, 1991, the mother was in such paid that she ... More...   $700000 (01-23-2001 - CA)

Caravaggio v. D'Agostini

This case involves application of the discovery rule in a medical malpractice action where the plaintiff files a complaint fifty-two days beyond the two year statute of limitations.

Plaintiff Patricia Caravaggio and her husband were seriously injured in a motorcycle accident on May 23, 1993. Mrs. Caravaggio underwent emergency surgery to repair a broken femur bone. Dr. D'Agostini p... More...   $0 (01-22-2001 - NJ)

Vicky Stallings, et al. v. David Haggard, M.D.

Medical malpractice - gynecologic surgery. Plaintiffs alleged that the defendant failed to remove her left tube and ovary during a total vaginal hysterectomy. She claimed that she incurred chronic pelvic paid for 4.5 years, mental anguish and had to undergo another surgery to remove the left tube and ovary. Defendant asserted that he met the appropriate standard of care.

Plaintiff's left ... More...   $0 (01-12-2001 - OK)

Judy Rector, et al. v. Palmer Ramey, M.D.

Medical malpractice - plastic surgery - Plaintiff was treated for sun and age damage to her face by defendant using a laser. Subsequent to the treatment, Plaintiff's skin became infected with the result that she was severely scared. Mrs. Rector claimed that Dr. Ramey burned her skin excessively with the result that the was exposed to the bacteria that cause the infection.

Defendant denied th... More...   $0 (01-12-2001 - OK)

Dorsey v. Nold

This is a medical malpractice action arising out of the tragic death of 16-year-old Candace Dorsey. Believing that Candace’s death was precipitated by a cancerous thyroid tumor that pressed on her trachea and constricted her breathing, Candace’s parents and her estate sued respondent, Jeffrey Nold, a pediatrician who had examined Candace three days before her death, claiming that D... More...   $0 (01-08-2001 - MD)

Cantreall and Cantrell v. Williamson County Hospital District d/b/a Williamson Medical Center and Sue Crowley, R.N.

Medical Malpractice - Still birth - Loss of love and earnings of a fetus - Parents claimed loss of their unborn child's love, society and affection. Tina Cantrell went into labor at 38 weeks of gestation on September 11, 1997 and presented at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee. A fetal heart monitor placed on Tina indicated that her unborn child was in distress. Plaintiff's claime... More...   $6000000 (12-21-2000 - TN)

Evan M. Montgomery and Judith A. Montgomery v. South County Radiologists, Inc., and Edward Szoko, M.D., et al.

This was a medical malpractice action brought by Evan and Judith Montgomery against South County Radiologists, Inc., and Edward Szoko, M.D.

Defendant's asserted the statute of limitations as a defense.... More...   $0 (12-19-2000 - MO)

Bradford v. Chiropractic Clinic

Defendants O'Connor Chiropractic Clinic and John R. O'Connor, D.C., appeal by leave granted the trial court's order denying their motion for summary disposition pursuant to MCR 2.116(C)(8). Plaintiff Thomas Braford, personal representative of the estate of Teresa Braford, brought a wrongful death action against defendants, alleging that O'Connor committed medical malpractice when he failed to ... More...   $0 (12-12-2000 - MI)

Johnnie Wade, Doris Wade and Johnnie Ray Wade, Jr. v. Candace Kasper, M.D. and Southwest Dermapathology Consultants, P.A.

Medical Malpractice/Wrongful Death/Survival - Johnnie Wade,his wife, Doris Wade, and son, Johnnie Wade, Jr. filed suit against Candace Kasper, M.D., a dermatopathologist, and her P.A. In February 1999 Mr. Wade died from cancer. Plaintiffs assert in August 1994,Defendant misread and misdiagnosed a skin biopsy slide as basal cell carcinoma. In June 1998 when Johnnie Wade was hospitalized and diag... More...   $950000 (12-06-2000 - TX)

Carmilita Robinson v. Oklahoma Nephrology Associates, et al.

Medical Malpractice - Plaintiffs claimed that Dr. Anthony Czerwinski improperly treated Carmalita Robinson for hyponatremia by giving her 3 percent hypertonic solution at an excessive rate with the result that she developed central pontine myelinolysis which caused brain damage. Mrs. Robinson was left with permanent stroke like symptoms necessitating speech, occupational and physical therapy.

... More...   $8500000 (12-05-2000 - OK)

Mark Albright, guardian for Alys Vlasny v. Dr. Nicholas Cavarocchi, et al.

Medical Malpractice - Plaintiff's claimed that Dr. Nicholas Cavarocchi damaged Alys Vlasny's phrenic nerve during an unsuccessful operation on September 26, 1995 to close the ductus arteriosis at St. Luke's Hospital in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As a result Alys is now profoundly retarded, wheel-chair bound, cannot eat and cannot speak. The child was then transferred to St. Christopher's Hospital ... More...   $100000000 (12-04-2000 - PA)

Annette and Edward Laskowski v. Eckerd Corporation, Eckerd Holding II, Inc. d/b/a Eckerd Drugs, Eckerd Drugs #3237, Tammi Hartsfield, R.Ph.; Alamo City Medical Group, P.A, Carlos Porter, M.D., and Mitchell R. Curry, M.D.

Medical Malpractice and Pharmaceutical Malpractice - Annette Laskowski was prescribed Asacol by Dr. Porter and the Alamo City Medical Group. She claimed that she went into renal failure and was on dialysis for two years as a result of being improperly given Asacol and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. She claimed that her doctors were negligent in their care and the Eckerd defendants ... More...   $1000000 (12-04-2000 - TX)

Jesse G. Conterez v. Alan G. Lewis, et al.

Medical malpractice - Plaintiff sought treatment for bunions from Dr. Lewis. Plaintiff claimed that Dr. Lewis failed to perform a vascular evaluation for performing surgery upon him with the result that both of his legs were amputated before the knee.

The Plaintiff, Jesse G. Conterez, was referred by his primary care family physician to Defendant, Eastern Oklahoma Orthopedic Center, Inc., (he... More...   $500000 (12-01-2000 - OK)

Denise Englert, et al. v. Carondelet Health Network, et al.

Medical Malpractice Wrongful Death - Dwight Englert and his wife, Denise, went to Carondelet's hospital's emergency room around midnight because Dwight felt pressure in his chest and pain radiating to his neck and ear. Dr. Bennett met with Dwight and Denise, examined Dwight, conducted tests, and diagnosed him as having esophagitis. Dr. Bennett sent Dwight home but prescribed Mylanta and instruct... More...   $280000 (11-28-2000 - AZ)

Charity Allen Morgan v. Dr. Rajesh Patel

Medical Malpractice - Allegations and defenses unknown at this time.... More...   $0 (11-21-2000 - OK)

Larry G. Nelson v. Dr. Peter R.S. Thomas

Medical malpractice - Plaintiff underwent rectal surgery involving a sphincterotomy. Plaintiff has complications, and is now incontinent. He alleged that there was no need for and no informed consent for the surgery. Plaintiff claimed that the surgery was not necessary.

Defendant contended that plaintiff developed an extremely rare complication from a necessary surgery, and the complicati... More...   $0 (11-16-2000 - AZ)

John Paris v. Sheldon B. Opperman

Medical Malpractice - Podiatric... More...   $0 (11-16-2000 - NY)

Leon Tubb, et al. v. Harris Methodist Fort Worth, et al.

Wrongful Death - Medical Malpractice - Ms. Jackie Tubb, wife and mother of the plaintiffs, was in a automobile accident on December 13, 1996. She was taken to Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital for emergency care. There a tracheotomy was performed in order to clear a blocked airway. She was kept at this hospital for follow-up care as she was being weaned off of the tracheotomy tube. On Janua... More...   $0 (11-13-2000 - TX)

John Jeffers, et al. v. University of Utah Health Sciences

Medical Malpractice - Young male patient with left hemiparesis fell from or tipped his wheel chair on cement patio outside the Rehab Unit and sustained subarachnoid hemorrhage resulting in brain injury.... More...   $0 (11-08-2000 - UT)

Wesley Scott v. L. Shawn Wong, M.D. and Austin Eye Clinic Associates

Medical Malpractice - Plaintiff claimed that Dr. Wong did not properly seat the spacing plate of the Keratome machine he was using to perform a LASIK procedure on plaintiff's right eye. As a result, 70% of plaintiff's iris was sliced off resulting in damage of plaintiff's vision.... More...   $200000 (11-06-2000 - TX)

Martin v. Children's Advanced Medical Institute

Medical Malpractice - Overadministration of Propofol - Wrongful Death - Plaintiffs claimed that defendants gave Martin, age 15, more than the recommended dose of Propofol, an anesthetic and sedative. She sustained organ failure and died. Plaintiffs claimed that the manufacturer failed to warn that Propofol can cause rhabdomyolysis, the excretion of myoglobin in urine, causing muscular disintegra... More...   $0 (11-03-2000 - TX)

Linda Marie Battory v. Thomas L. Embry, M.C.

Medical malpractice - wrongful death.... More...   $0 (10-31-2000 - AZ)

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