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Dr. Roman Hasil was hardly a favorite at Wanganui Hospital. The doctor was known for being brusque and less than unprofessional, and many people suspected that he drank while on the job. Even so, hospital administration and government officials were shocked by the ten completely unrelated complaints from his patients after just one year of employment at the hospital as concerns mounted that a malpractice lawsuit would soon be filed against him.

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Cut Baby Penis Results In Lawsuit
David Burden of Chicago Illinois has hired an attorney and filed a medical negligence lawsuit after a cook county doctor mistakenly cut off a portion of his sons penis during a botched circumcision procedure.

The lawsuit claims that on Oct 5th 2007 Dr. Marc Feldstein attempted to perform a normally routine circumcision procedure on Mr. Burden's then 2 day old son. At some point during the procedure Dr. Feldstein
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 Doctor Linked Hepatitis

A Toms River, New Jersey oncologist names Dr. Parvez Dara is being sued by one of his patients. Dara’s patient of Manchester, Ronald Jacobson, claims he contracted hepatitis B following treatment in Dara’s offices for prostate cancer in 2008 and 2009. According to his lawyer, earlier testing showed that Jacobsen was not infected prior to treatment by Dara.

Dr. Dara was implicated in a hepatitis B outbreak that took place earlier this year. The New Jersey state health officials say that at least 29 of Dara’s nearly 2,800 patients have been diagnosed with hepatitis B and are now suggesting that many more of the patients treated at that patients treated at his office get tested for blood borne disease.

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Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Medical-Malpractice-LawsuitAn Indiana doctor Mark Weinberger faces medical malpractice and negligence lawsuit for the death of Phyllis Barnes of Valparaiso. Besides, the guilty doctor, also known as the “nose doctor,” faces 22 counts of health care fraud for billing insurance companies for surgical procedures allegedly performed on more than 100 patients, which he actually did not perform. His trial is scheduled for Monday in Lake Superior Court, Hammond. The Barnes lawsuit claims that the defendant failed to identify the disease the victim was suffering from, which resulted in her death. The plaintiff, who is the deceased’s daughter, seeks compensation for the unnecessary surgery on which her mother had spent over $500,000 on medical bills and lost more than $1 million in projected lifetime earnings. The plaintiff seeks millions in punitive damages for the suffering and pain her mother had to undergo as well as for the loss of her life.

The lawsuit asserts that the defendant failed to diagnose that the victim was suffering from lung cancer and rather treated her for sinus, following which her situation complicated and she died. The lawsuit contends that the defendant did not follow medical guidelines required for the treatment of the victim, nor did he comply with the standard of care, which resulted in her death.

The lawsuit claims that the defendant performed needless sinus`Medical Malpractice Lawsuit surgery on the victim and failed to detect her cancer while she was under his care. The lawsuit contends that the victim was unnecessarily harmed due to delay in diagnosis. The plaintiff claims that despite being more than qualified to identify the victim’s cancer on the first visit, the defendant did not provide her with the required diagnosis. The plaintiff, who is the victim’s daughter, says that the defendant doctor failed to diagnose her cancer, as a result of which the 50-year-old died on September 16, 2004.

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IV Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

iv-medical-malpractice lawsuitMedical Malpractice Lawsuit Against Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Over Death of 6-Week-Old Infant

A couple, Fritzie and Cameron Burkett, from Chicago has filed a medical malpractice and negligence lawsuit in the Cook County Circuit Court against Advocate Lutheran General Hospital in Illinois for the death of their 40 day old infant, who was administered 60 times the prescribed dosage of sodium chloride at the hospital.

The lawsuit seeks full and fair compensation for the grave loss and agony suffered by the parents of the infant Genesis Burkett, who would have been a happy six month old child had the hospital error and oversight not caused his death on October 16, 2010.

The lawsuit alleges that the hospital staff gave their premature son an intravenous bag filled with 60 times more than the prescribed sodium chloride dosage, which proved fatal for their son, causing him immense suffering and heart stroke. The lawsuit claims that, despite having born premature, the deceased, who weighed only one pound and eight ounces, was “making good progress” before his life was cut short by the hospital error and oversight.

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