Since 1950, active-duty military troops have been prevented from suing the military for personal injuries from medical malpractice. A new regulation changes that.
Medical malpractice is when a doctor or other medical professional negligently makes a mistake that results in injury or illness to a patient. If a plaintiff (the patient) suffered an […]
If something goes wrong in the delivery room, where do you turn? Here’s the story of a $15 million birth injury verdict and how a Tennessee family got there.
There have been many notable personal injury awards and judgments in recent years. In 2011, A Texas boy was awarded a symbolic $150 billion after he was sexually assaulted by […]
Lawyer loses $20 million for decedent’s family It was a situation that nobody could fathom. Bimla Nayyar was supposed to receive jaw surgery after dislocating it in 2012; the surgery […]
New Senate report illustrates payments from Big Pharma/opioid companies Nobody is quite sure when or how the “opioid crisis” started. However, a new report from the Senate committee investigating the […]
When the statute of limitations robs you of justice One night in 2016, Richard Goldblatt had an acute pancreatitis attack. “I was sitting at home, and all of a sudden […]
When you punish victims for someone else’s negligence If there’s no limit to how much pain and suffering a person can endure, why is there a limit on damages awarded […]
How tort reform and damage caps on medical malpractice suits sought to improve healthcare availability in Texas If you’ve been injured in Texas and think millions might be coming your […]