Kim v. Ahn

This was a medical malpractice action against medical brought as a result of alleged negligent treatment of tuberculosis meningitis. Prior to trial, the plaintiff served an Affidavit of Merit prepared by a Dr. Ackley, who was board certified in internal medicine. However, one of the defendants, Dr. Ahn, was board certified in family medicine. Dr.
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Nicholas v. Mynster

Plaintiff brought this medical malpractice alleging that defendants, Drs. Mynster and Sehgal, provided negligent care by failing to refer the patient to a facility with a hyperbaric chamber for appropriate treatment of carbon monoxide poisoning. Dr. Mynster was board certified in emergency medicine and Dr. Seghal was board certified in family medicine. Plaintiff served an
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McLean v. Liberty Health System

The mother of a deceased patient brought this medical malpractice action against the hospital and emergency room physician, alleging that defendants had negligently failed to detect and treat an infection, causing patient to become paralyzed and die. In preparation for trial, plaintiff consulted with and prepared to call at the trial five medical expert witnesses,
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Jarrell v. Kaul

In this medical malpractice action, the Appellate Court confirmed a jury finding that defendant physician, Dr. Kaul, M.D., deviated from the standard of care when he performed spine surgery upon the plaintiff. Furthermore, the Appellate court also determined that the plaintiff’s treating physician could provide ‘causation’ testimony without having to be qualified in the same
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Stagg v. Summit Medical Group

In this matter. Surgery was performed on plaintiff at ambulatory surgical facility owned by Summit Medical Group. The surgery was a septoplasty, nasal reconstruction and inferior turbinate coblation to correct nasal deformity as a result of a fracture, causing difficulty breathing in plaintiff. The surgery was performed by Dr. Jeffery LeBenger (“LeBenger”), with anesthesia provided
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