After having a scalpel blade in his hand for the last decade, a West Virginian man is trying to sue the doctor who accidentally left it there. However, the state’s statute of limitations laws are a problem.
Charitable Foundation Affiliated with the East Virginia Medical School Denied Medical Malpractice Immunity
The EVMS Academic Physicians and Surgeons Health Services Foundation was denied charitable immunity by the Virginia Supreme Court and is now not protected from medical malpractice lawsuits.
A Mason County physician is facing a second medical malpractice suit shortly after a similar suit was dismissed two months ago.
Surgeon sues his own Spinal Surgeon for Medical Malpractice, Alleges Back Surgery Medical Negligence
By Richard N. Shapiro, SCLA attorney A Connecticut spine surgeon sued his own specialist, after the specialist botched the spinal surgery that inserted a new medical device in his lower back area. The Richmond, Virginia (VA) surgeon allowed a bone fragment to be pressed into Dr. Garver’s nerve root, causing chronic pain. The full…
Obsetrician practicing again after 7 malpractice suits