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Lawsuits Emerge Over Questionable “Stem-Cell” Treatments

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

So-called “stem cell” clinics are multiplying across the United States, offering hope to those on the receiving end of a poor prognosis. But many believe that these untested therapies are nothing more than the latest version of snake oil. Providers like the Stem Cell Center of Georgia purport to provide cures for conditions as… Read More »

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Nurse High On Meth Causes A Child Brain Damage

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

For obvious reasons, hospitals face a lot of lawsuits. Not all of them have merit, and sometimes there’s ambiguity between a surgical or doctor’s error and what rises to the level of medical malpractice. Sometimes diagnoses are missed or understaffed hospitals provide substandard care. But for one unfortunate young man, a nurse who was… Read More »

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Recent Supreme Court Decisions Benefit Patients In Malpractice Claims

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

Under Jeb Bush’s governorship, malpractice tort fell into the spotlight as a key area of reform. Bush felt that patients were making too much money off of malpractice lawsuits. His solution was to cap the amount of pain-and-suffering damages a patient could claim in a given malpractice suit. Bush greenlit the measure in 2003… Read More »

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Caught on Tape: Doctor Sued Over Disparaging Comments During Surgery

By Alan Goldfarb, P.A. |

A doctor practicing in Florida recently left her practice as an anesthesiologist after losing a court case in Virginia. The court case was about brutally disparaging comments she made during a surgery while performing a colonoscopy. Reportedly, the doctor said things like, “I want to punch you in the face,” and warned her colleges… Read More »

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