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Georgia Widow Sues Hospital for Bedsores

Georgia Widow Sues Hospital for Bedsores November 17, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
Atlanta, GA: A Georgia widow has filed a Medical Malpractice lawsuit against an Atlanta hospital group. She is charging that negligent care caused her husband to endure fourth-degree bedsores during his stay at the facility and resulted in unnecessary suffering that ultimately lead to his death.
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Cancer Patient Files Lawsuit for Delayed Diagnosis

Cancer Patient Files Lawsuit for Delayed Diagnosis August 14, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
Atlanta, GA: In May 2015, Cynthia Ziegler from Brookhaven, Georgia received a devastating diagnosis from her doctor. Ziegler had stage IV lung cancer and there was no reason for optimism. Until that day Ziegler had no idea there was a dangerous cancer lurking in her chest.
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Botched Circumcision Case in Discovery

Botched Circumcision Case in Discovery June 7, 2017. By Brenda Craig.
Clayton County, GA The efforts of veteran attorney Jonathan Johnson are, at the moment, heavily focused on a medical malpractice case that will have long lasting consequences for a three-year-old boy who will be growing up with a mutilated penis after a circumcision went very wrong.
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Suicide as a Wrongful Death or Medical Malpractice Suit

Suicide as a Wrongful Death or Medical Malpractice Suit June 14, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Frisco, TX: Although there are a number of lawyers who have had suicide as a wrongful death suit, there is no one who focuses their entire practice on wrongful death by suicide like veteran Texas attorney, Skip Simpson.
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Frivolous Medical Malpractice Suits Are Myth Says Lawyer

Frivolous Medical Malpractice Suits Are Myth Says Lawyer January 20, 2016. By Brenda Craig.
Houston, TX Veteran Texas lawyer Kay Van Wey grits her teeth when she hears lawyers being accused of bringing “frivolous” medical malpractice suits. Van Wey has been practicing law for 30 years and most of her work has focused on patient safety. She represents people injured by medical errors, pharmaceuticals or medical devices.
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Veterans’ Attorney Advocate Sees New Class-Action Legal Battlegrounds for Wounded Warriors

Veterans’ Attorney Advocate Sees New Class-Action Legal Battlegrounds for Wounded Warriors July 12, 2014. By Brenda Craig.
Fairfax, VA Attorney Benjamin Krause is a powerful voice for former soldiers who often find themselves fighting against the Veterans Administration (VA), an organization they expect to be their ally.
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VA Has Improved, but Treatment Delays Need to Be Addressed Says Attorney Shanin Specter

VA Has Improved, but Treatment Delays Need to Be Addressed Says Attorney Shanin Specter July 8, 2014. By Brenda Craig.
Philadelphia, PA Well-known attorney Shanin Specter has been flying “legal sorties” into the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for a long time.
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“They Set Me on Fire”

“They Set Me on Fire” August 31, 2013. By Brenda Craig.
Stafford, WV American military vet Steven Anthony was already living a life compromised by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) when he was suffered another blow to his already fragile mind at a Veteran’s hospital in Martinsburg, Virginia. Steven became a victim of veteran medical malpractice.
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So Attorney Tommy Hastings Takes the Case and Wins $10.7 Million

So Attorney Tommy Hastings Takes the Case and Wins $10.7 Million January 24, 2011. By Brenda Craig.
Houston, TX None of the local law enforcement agencies were taking action against a Houston doctor for medical malpractice who operated a "pill mill," so attorney Tommy Hastings said he would. "The Skorpenske family was very good about explaining what the problem is and how it affects all of us," says Hastings. "It was hard to look at the faces of the people in that family and tell them no."
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Reversal of Diagnosis: Canadian Man Told He Was Terminal

Reversal of Diagnosis: Canadian Man Told He Was Terminal June 18, 2010. By Brenda Craig.
Vancouver, BC In June 2008 David Earl Meisner was given the bad news at Surrey Memorial Hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia. His prostate cancer had spread and was causing the lower back pain that had brought Meisner to the hospital in the first place. The only option at this point was a palliative radiation therapy. Meisner was terminal.
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