Cancer Treatments and Medical Malpractice

Posted on July 21, 2014 by

Cancer can be a debilitating and stressful battle, with lifelong implications as far as overall health is concerned. It would stand to reason then, that most physicians would be very cautious of being negligent and otherwise committing medical malpractice. Unfortunately, for some, as “” reported, the allure of easy money can be overpowering. Two doctors… Read more »

Posted in Medical Malpractice, Medical Negligence

Are Medical Devices a Part of Medical Malpractice?

Posted on July 14, 2014 by

Yes, medical devices can be a part of medical malpractice. Doctors and other healthcare personnel use medical devices every day, and the link between medical devices and negligence on the part of doctors usually constitutes a tandem relationship. The Cancer Letter recently published a story that details just how medical devices can play into medical… Read more »

Posted in Medical Malpractice, Medical Negligence, Surgical Errors

Groupon Is Going to Start Offering Medical Coupons

Posted on July 11, 2014 by

Groupon is a website that offers heavily discounted coupons for a variety of services if they are purchased within a certain time-frame. “Groupons” can cover outings to the movie theater, bars and even massages and hunting lessons. Now, as reported by Health News Florida, Groupon has decided to move into the healthcare market, which brings… Read more »

Posted in Medical Malpractice, Medical Negligence

North Florida VA Hospitals Implicated in Medical Malpractice

Posted on July 09, 2014 by

A previous blog focused on the nationwide fallout from the Veterans Health Administration scandal of 2014. Now, we turn our focus to North Florida VA hospitals and the accusations that there have been incidents of medical malpractice, as reported by The St. Augustine Record. A North Florida physician dismissed the notion that a lack of… Read more »

Posted in Medical Malpractice, Medical Negligence

State Supreme Court to Address Applying Damage Cap Ruling Retroactively

Posted on July 04, 2014 by

We recently addressed whether wrongful death damage caps were constitutional in, Estate of McCall v. US, 2014 Fla LEXIS 933 (Fla. Mar. 13, 2014). To briefly summarize, the Florida Supreme Court struck down the arbitrary statutory amounts that could be awarded for nonfinancial losses such as mental anguish and pain and suffering. This was a… Read more »

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