Personal Injury Lawyer Secures Settlement Despite Travel Restrictions in Covid Times

Plaintiffs Brian and Amanda Carpenter, husband and wife, met with a horrific accident when their bike was hit by a truck in September 2017. The couple, who were both wearing a helmet, were thrown from their motorcycle and received serious injuries. The litigants disagreed on how much compensation plaintiffs Brian and Amanda Carpenter should receive… Continue reading Personal Injury Lawyer Secures Settlement Despite Travel Restrictions in Covid Times

CEO, Not The Doctor Makes The First Incision In Operating Room

Uproar and disbelief led to Ballad Health in Johnson city, Tenesse to let go a cardiothoracic surgeon after he invited the then-CEO of Bristol (Tenn.) Regional Medical Center to participate in a surgical procedure.…beckershospitalreview, Ballad dismisses cardiothoracic surgeon who asked CEO to make incision on patient, Ayla Ellison, 2020   Greg Neal, stepped down as… Continue reading CEO, Not The Doctor Makes The First Incision In Operating Room

$467K Verdict In Brain Injury Suit Proper and Adequate

Aviv Peretz, Ilana and Meir Peretz’s son suffered a serious dairy allergy after eating multiple bites of a cookie in June 2014 and was rushed to CentraState Medical Center. At the hospital, 17-year-old Aviv Peretz had a seizure and his heart stopped for 13 minutes, putting him in a vegetative state from which he would… Continue reading $467K Verdict In Brain Injury Suit Proper and Adequate

Absence of “Res Ipsa Loquitur” theory Prompts New Trial in Surgery Suit

Alma Willis underwent a 12-hour surgery with Dr. Jeffery Flagg on May 21, 2008 to treat her back issues but ended up having temporary swelling and permanent nerve damage in both arms. It was not clear how the arm injuries occurred, and Willis couldn’t testify as to what happened since she was under anesthesia during… Continue reading Absence of “Res Ipsa Loquitur” theory Prompts New Trial in Surgery Suit