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Lawrence County jury awards $1.6 Million in medical malpractice case

On May 12, 2022, Attorneys Dallas Hartman and Patrick Sullivan secured a $1.6 million against William Gilleland, Jr., M.D., in a medical malpractice trial. After a week long trial in Lawrence County presided over by The Honorable J. Craig Cox...
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Can I Sue for Nerve Damage Caused During Surgery?

Undergoing surgery always comes with the risk of complications. If you find out that you suffered nerve damage during an operation or procedure, however, there is a chance that it was caused by medical malpractice. Nerve damage is a type...
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Can I File a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit After a Drug Recall?

If you are prescribed a dangerous or defective drug, you may have grounds for one or two different types of civil lawsuits. You may be able to file a medical malpractice lawsuit if the physician who prescribed the drug knew...
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Spinal and orthopedic surgery patients at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver may have been exposed to HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C

The Colorado State Health Department released a statement that a sterilization breach at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver may have put spinal and orthopedic surgical patients at risk for infection of HIV, Hepatitis B or Hepatitis C.  Porter Adventist Hospital...
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Coastal Health & Wellness Clinics in Galveston and Texas City potentially exposed 9,500 patients to HIV and Hepatitis

The Galveston County Health District announced on March 23rd that approximately 9,500 people have been potentially exposed to hepatitis and HIV over the last three years at dental clinics located in Texas City and Galveston due to poor sanitation. Dr....
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Pharmacist at Select Specialty Hospital in Boardman Accused of Mixing Lower Doses of Prescribed Drugs

Our firm is currently investigating cases of medical malpractice where a pharmacist employed by the pharmacy at a long term hospital located in Boardman is accused of mixing lower doses of antibiotics than what were prescribed for high-risk hospital patients....
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Rockey Allen tests positive for HIV, authorities announce 1,000 people have yet to be tested

Rocky Allen, the Denver-area "serial infector" who made national headlines in February after his indictment, has now tested positive for HIV. In addition to hepatitis B and hepatitis C, some 3000 patients who were potentially exposed to Allen's tainted needles...
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Over 200 Patients at Shore Medical Center in NJ may have been exposed to Hep B, Hep C and HIV

It was recently discovered that more than two hundred patients from Shore Medical Center in New Jersey may have been exposed to Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV. Investigators say 53-year-old Frederick McLeish of Egg Harbor Township is a pharmacist...
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Safety Needles: A simple solution to drug diversion in hospitals

As we have seen over the last few years, drug diversion, or theft of drugs, by healthcare personnel poses a continuous threat to patient safety in any healthcare setting in which controlled substances are handled. In a 2014 study, the...
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Surgical tech may have exposed patients to Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV in Washington

According to the Washington Department of Health, a surgical technician who is accused of tampering with narcotics in a way that could have exposed nearly 1500 patients to Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B, and HIV worked at three Western Washington (state)...
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CDC confirms Utah nurse as serial hepatitis C infector

The CDC has now confirmed that the hepatitis C outbreak at McKay-Dee Hospital and Davis Medical Center & Hospital in Utah was caused by Elet Neilson, a healthcare professional who worked for Davis from June 2011 to April 2014 and...
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Another “serial infector,” Elet Neilson, follows steps of David Kwiatkowski

As the saying goes, "history repeats itself." In June, we wrote an article about an interview that was done with the imprisoned "serial infector," David Kwiatkowski. If you'll recall, Kwiatkowski is serving a 39-year sentence for infecting nearly fifty people...
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