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Joan Rivers’ Medical Malpractice and Wrongful Death Case Settled


The family of comedian Joan Rivers has settled a medical malpractice lawsuit for River’s wrongful death that occurred on September 4, 2014. Investigation revealed several errors in the care of Rivers including lack of informed consent, improper administration of sedation …

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Texas Chicken Truck Accident Settled for $27.5 Million for Infant’s Severe Brain Damage

In Waco, Texas, a $27.5 million personal injury settlement has recently been approved. A mother and her two young children, one 2 years old and the other 2 weeks old at the time, were waiting to turn when a Sanderson …

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Surfer Killed by Speeding SUV; Driver’s Insurance Agrees to Pay $500,000

blog post 4.20.2016

In Newport Beach, California, a wrongful death case involving the death of a pedestrian is pending court approval. On the evening of October 11, 2015, Donald Fuschetti, a local surfer and musician, was crossing the road when an SUV hit …

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How to Help Your Lawyer Prepare for a Medical Malpractice Case

If you have been the victim of physician negligence or medical malpractice, your main focus should be on returning to good health. However, when hospital bills, lost wages and other expenses begin to pile up, filing a lawsuit is often …

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Lawsuit filed by Mother of University of Oregon Student who Died after Hospital Failed to Properly Diagnose and Treat Meningococcal Disease

blog post 4.7.2016

During the early morning of February 17, 2015, Lauren Camille Jones, an 18-year-old student at the University of Oregon, was taken emergently to the Sacred Heart Medical Center University District with a fever of over 103 degrees, anxiety, chills, shakes …

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$1 Million Settlement Reached for Death of Two-Year-Old Caused by Day Care’s Negligence


In Greenwood, South Carolina, a settlement has been reached between the parents of a toddler and the daycare where the boy contracted E. coli and subsequently died. The lawsuit claimed that a teacher at the daycare was diagnosed with E. …

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Uber Faces Lawsuit After Nurse Suffers Severe Brain Damage

The damaged 2009 Nissan Murano owned by Uber driver Ingrid Parra, who crashed in December in Miami Beach and injured a couple visiting from South Carolina.

In Miami, Florida, a South Carolina couple has sued Uber following devastating injuries they suffered when their Uber driver turned and crashed into oncoming traffic. The couple was in Miami for a medical conference in December 2015. They hailed an …

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Uber Crash Kills 20-Year-Old in Miami-Dade

20-year old Pablo Sanchez Jr. died in a car accident in December.

In the wake of an Uber crash causing the tragic death of 20-year-old Pablo Sanchez, Jr., the policy debate regarding regulation of Uber drivers continues. In the early morning hours of December 27, Sanchez was riding home from downtown Miami …

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California Court Upholds $20 Million Verdict in Home Explosion Case

In 2011, a San Gabriel man went to light up a cigarette in his home which set off an explosion due to an open natural gas valve. As a result, the man suffered second and third degree burns over his …

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Virginia Man’s Family Receives $1.4 Million Following Fatal Accident

Crash leaves resident dead in Chesterfield

In Richmond, Virginia, a Circuit Court Judge has approved a settlement in the amount of $1.4 million for the mother and three siblings of William “Bill” Hillsman. Hillsman was in his home when a vehicle driven by 80-year-old David Limbrick …

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