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Putting a loved one in a nursing home or assisted living facility can be a tough, emotional decision. What makes it harder is finding a facility that you trust to care for your loved one. Unfortunately, Missouri nursing home abuse is regularly reported at many facilities across the state, while many more cases go unreported…

We count on medicine to make us feel better, but it doesn’t always work that way. Medication errors and bad medicine harm more than a million people each year. Some drugs go on the market before adequate safety testing is done and end up harming people through unknown side effects. Sometimes, doctors prescribe drugs that…

Retained “Endobag” at the center of ongoing medical malpractice suit St. Louis, MO (May 15, 2013) – A 45-year-old Missouri woman has filed suit against a St. Louis-based hospital and doctor because of life-threatening complications that arose after she underwent what was promised to be a minimally invasive, low-risk laparoscopic procedure in January 2012. The…

Missouri Medical Malpractice and Perforated Ulcers It seems we all know someone with an ulcer. Because the condition is fairly common, it may also appear not to be a very serious health threat. But an ulcer can perforate. Left untreated, it is potentially fatal. That was the tragic outcome for a 57-year-old Missouri woman who…

Contaminated Equipment Means Veterans Potentially Exposed to Hepatitis, HIV For veterans, substandard medical care shouldn’t be an option. Unfortunately, for veterans who were treated at The Cochran VA Medical Center in St. Louis, sterilization problems in the dental clinic and contaminated surgical trays mean that they could have been exposed to dangerous blood borne diseases,…

Evidently, the entire medical community hasn’t bought the company line and drunk the Kool Aid- a doctor published on Salon Magazine had this to say about Malpractice lawsuit Caps: “Tort reformers neglect the fact that malpractice reform won’t save one extra life. To make that difference, insurers, doctors and their lobbyists like the AMA need…

Let me start by saying I love my president, and support him in most things. His push for universal healthcare coverage is admirable, and long overdue in my opinion. That being said, I take issue with his recent announcement to further restrict the rights of injury victims. His recent speech on the issue mentioned limiting…

The medical bills statute of the 2005 tort reform law is unconstitutional, a St. Louis County judge said this morning as he granted a plaintiff’s motion for a new trial. Judge Stephen Goldman called the procedure for determining the reasonable value of medical care vague and a violation of the due process clauses of the…

The US Supreme Court ruled that Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval of medical devices immunized the manufacturer from a lawsuit for damages. Sure, the FDA is understaffed, and often referred to as a revolving door for medical device company employees. Still, this was a big blow to injury vicims seeking to recover their losses…

News Release from Americans for Insurance Reform For Immediate Release June 2, 2003 Contact: Joanne Doroshow, 917/438-4620 TIME MAGAZINE BREAKS NEWS WITH STUDY SHOWING DOCTORS’ MALPRACTICE INSURANCE RATES ARE HIGHER IN STATES THAT CAP DAMAGE AWARDS Time Magazine’s June 2, 2003, cover story, “The Doctor is Out,” contains breaking news confirming what consumer advocates have…

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