Kaiser Arbitrator Awards Injured Child $25.6 million

April 19, 2022 by matray

Attorneys for nine-year-old Jayden Vargas recently obtained an arbitration award of $25,638,058.93 for their client from Los Angeles arbitrator Robert Hanger for the negligence of 10 healthcare providers at Kaiser Fontana Hospital. Vargas was born with a congenital bowel condition called atresia which was surgically repaired shortly after his birth. According to the… Continue reading...

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Jury Awards Injured Baby $25.4M in KC Metro’s Largest Medical Malpractice Verdict

April 6, 2022 by matray

A jury in Jackson County, Mo., awarded a record $25.4 million medical negligence judgment todau against Kelli Sandri, MD, for failing to properly treat a mother in labor. The child suffered permanent birth injuries due to a lack of oxygen. After a two-week trial, the jury determined Sandri violated her… Continue reading...

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Illinois Jury Awards $14.75 Million in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

November 15, 2021 by matray

A jury in Vermilion County, Illinois, reached a verdict of more than $14.75 million today in a medical malpractice action brought against Presence Hospitals, PRV, the former operator of the Presence United Samaritans Medical Center in Danville, Ill. The lawsuit was brought on behalf of L.B., a disabled person, through… Continue reading...

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Two pharmacists sentenced to 19 and 20 years in prison and ordered to pay $5 million in restitution to the State of Georgia to combat the opioid epidemic

November 2, 2017 by matray

Rosemary Ofume and Donatus Iriele have each been ordered to pay $2.5 million in community restitution.  The community restitution funds are to be paid to the Georgia state agencies responsible for substance abuse treatment and victims assistance.  The defendants, who are husband and wife, formerly owned the Medicine Center Pharmacy… Continue reading...

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Why the Supreme Court Decision on ObamaCare Didn’t Really Matter

June 29, 2012 by matray

The Supreme Court decision on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act—or as its detractors call it, ObamaCare—was a victory for the President, judicial precedent and the estimated 32 to 50 million Americans who will soon have access to healthcare. As Americans, we care about the health… Continue reading...

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