Latest Personal Injury Law News

Accident Lawsuit Funding Company Reports Increase in Larger Funding Requests as Summer Comes to End
Tuesday September 30th 2014, 5:00 am Filed under Malpractice lawsuit

ALF, along with its funding partners, are committed to aiding clients and ensuring they get the money they need to guarantee their daily living requirements are met. Usually, the car accident and even truck or semi accident wreck funding amounts are rather small in nature and make up the majority of funding amounts in the legal funding industry. ALF, along with its funding partners, have secured ... [News Source]

New York Orthopedic Surgeon Held Liable for Failing to Treat Infection
Monday September 29th 2014, 12:37 pm Filed under Malpractice lawsuit

A New York man was recently awarded $2.3 million in his medical malpractice lawsuit. According to The Journal News, a Rockland County jury found the doctor in the case negligent for failing to properly treat a serious infection. A 2011 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reported that about 34 […] [News Source]

Rosner found guilty in medical malpractice lawsuit
Friday September 26th 2014, 5:27 pm Filed under Malpractice lawsuit

After much deliberation at the tail end of a seven-week medical malpractice trial — 11 years [News Source]

Wrongful Birth Lawsuits Present a Cruel Quandary for Parents
Friday September 26th 2014, 1:11 pm Filed under Malpractice lawsuit

Assume in the course of caring for you, your doctor makes a mistake. You decide to file a lawsuit for negligence or malpractice; you are required to demonstrate that the mistake caused harm. This is a huge problem for parents who receive a falsely reassuring result on a prenatal test, then deliver a horribly disfigured […] [News Source]

“Unnecessary Hospitalization” is Driving Higher Health Care Costs
Monday September 22nd 2014, 11:32 am Filed under Malpractice lawsuit

NEW YORK ( MainStreet ) — Your doctor is likely ordering more tests , additional procedures and longer hospital stays , subjecting you and fellow patients to unnecessary radiation, discomfort – and costs – due to what is called “defensive medicine.” [News Source]

New archbishop praised for how he led in Spokane
Monday September 22nd 2014, 7:01 am Filed under Malpractice lawsuit

In this largely rural church between the Cascades and the Rocky Mountains, Roman Catholics say Chicago's next archbishop steered his own course — even when it meant risking offense or contradicting other U.S. bishops. [News Source]

New archbishop praised for how he led in Spokane
Monday September 22nd 2014, 6:44 am Filed under Malpractice lawsuit

In this largely rural church between the Cascades and the Rocky Mountains, Roman Catholics say Chicago's next archbishop steered his own course — even when it meant risking offense or contradicting other U.S. bishops. [News Source]