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Blog Posts in May, 2016

Jury Awards $44.1 Million to Brain Injury Victim

Recently, the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania was ordered to pay a $44.1 million verdict after they failed to recognize a patient’s adverse reactions to an anticoagulant medicine, ...
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$5M Awarded in Med Mal Death Involving Feeding Tube

A jury in Montgomery County has ordered Abington Memorial Hospital and Dr. Kristin Crisci to pay $5 million to the surviving family of an 88-year-old man who died after a feeling tube was improperly ...
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Settlement Reached in Joan Rivers' Death

Melissa Rivers recently announced that her medical malpractice lawsuit against the New York clinic where her mother died during a routine procedure has been settled. Joan Rivers suffered a medical ...
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Study Shows that Medical Errors Should Rank 3rd for Most Common Causes of Death in the US

According to a study conducted by John Hopkins Medicine, medical errors should be the third leading cause of fatalities in the United States. Additionally, the study found that vital statistics remain ...
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D.C. Launches Lead Testing of Area Schools & Rec Centers

This year, 17 water sources at a dozen D.C.-area schools tested positive for elevated lead levels. The school system has been harshly criticized in recent weeks for failing to inform parents when ...
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