A Mississippi appeals court on Tuesday affirmed a lower court’s decision to toss a couple's medical malpractice claims against a nurse anesthetist over a syringe mix-up because they had neglected to file anything in the case for almost two years.
A Texas appellate court on Tuesday rejected argument from Baylor University Medical Center Inc. that a former medical resident’s allegation he was mistreated during his time at the hospital should be handled as a health care liability claim and dismissed.
A state-created entity aimed at providing malpractice insurance to Pennsylvania doctors and health care facilities made good on a threat Tuesday to sue the state in federal court over efforts to seize $200 million worth of its funds to help close a nagging budget gap.
A Brooklyn jury has awarded $26 million to a woman and her 7-year-old daughter, who was born deaf and whose twin sister died a month after birth, in their suit against Maimonides Medical Center, where doctors allegedly missed the woman’s signs of preterm labor.
U.S. Department of Justice attorneys asked a Virginia federal court on Tuesday not to sanction them in a whistleblower False Claims Act suit accusing nursing home chain HCR ManorCare of overbilling Medicare for unnecessary care, saying they did not intentionally circumvent court rules and orders.
Atain Specialty Insurance Co. sued a New Jersey beauty center in federal court Tuesday to seek a declaration it owes no coverage for litigation by a center customer who allegedly suffered serious burns during a skin treatment, arguing the business misrepresented itself.
A California appeals court on Monday revived a neurosurgeon’s claims that Los Robles Regional Medical Center fired him in retaliation for his whistleblowing on another surgeon’s dangerous practices, finding that the hospital couldn’t toss them in an anti-SLAPP action.
The Third Circuit on Monday refused to revive a former inmate's claims that medical workers at a Pennsylvania jail were deliberately indifferent to a wrist fracture he suffered in a drunken driving crash, saying the record at most shows they were negligent.
A Florida appeals court on Monday revived a woman’s suit asserting that she fell and sustained permanent injuries because her urologist removed a step stool from her examination room, agreeing that her claims related to ordinary as opposed to medical negligence.
The federal government on Monday asked an Illinois federal judge to reconsider a $31 million damages award to a man who claimed that egregiously negligent treatment at a federally funded health clinic led to his kidney failure, saying the award was out of step with awards in similar cases.
A pain management doctor told the Texas Supreme Court on Friday that a slander and business disparagement suit brought against him by a pharmacy involves issues integral to the provision of health care and should be treated as a health care liability claim.
A Pennsylvania woman who was left almost fully paralyzed as a teenager after surgery to give birth to her son settled with a Lancaster hospital, cutting short a projected two-week trial in her medical malpractice action in commonwealth court, her counsel said.
A North Dakota hospital filed suit in federal court Monday, claiming that a public affairs company had made false statements about the hospital’s connection to an outbreak of hepatitis C at a local nursing home.
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A Michigan appeals court affirmed a trial court’s decisions to dismiss negligence claims from a class that received contaminated steroid injections from a rehabilitation center and to deny the center a quick win before trial on the remaining malpractice claims.
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Nursing home chain HCR ManorCare asked a Virginia federal court on Friday to sanction U.S. Department of Justice attorneys in a whistleblower False Claims Act case accusing the company of overbilling Medicare for unnecessary care, saying the attorneys have ignored court rules and orders while litigating the case.
A Texas appellate court has denied a hospital’s bid for an early win in a medical malpractice lawsuit brought by a woman who had a metal guidewire left inside her body for two years following a surgery, rejecting arguments from Weatherford Texas Hospital Co. that expert reports submitted by the former patient were insufficient.