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Torrington-Winsted Pediatric Associates and Pediatric & Adolescent Healthcare
Torrington-Winsted Pediatric Associates and Pediatric & Adolescent Healthcare and its former owner, Dr. William Silberberg, have agreed to pay federal and state government over $200,000 and pay private insurers $300,000. The two Connecticut based pediatric practices offered free vaccines to children but billed Medicaid. (Jan-19-05) [< WFSB 3 NEWS ]
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Published on Jan-19-05
Assault with a Deadly Needle
New York, NY Personal Injury lawyer Richard Gurfein makes an important and topical observation about vaccinating children against H1N1. Before sticking a needle in a child's arm, he says, it would be very prudent for school officials to secure "written permission" from the parents. "I have grandchildren, and if anybody tries to vaccinate them without consent and I would go ballistic," says Gurfein. Vaccinating a child without parental permission constitutes assault and battery that could lead to a personal injury lawsuit.
November 25, 2009
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