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Medical Malpractice Case Arises After Toe Amputations in Chicago
Medical Malpractice Case Arises After Toe Amputations in Chicago

Medical practitioners are capable of making mistakes in the workplace, just like everyone else. Only, the mistakes they make may cost people their livelihood, and may call for serious legal action to set things right. Thus is the case for a Chicagoland man, Mr. Jenkins. ...

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Blog Posts in 2015

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    While a majority of people understand that they may be entitled to pursue compensation for the negligent actions of their doctor, many are unaware ...

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  • The Human Cost of Medical Malpractice

    Following heart disease and cancer, medical errors are the third leading cause of death in Americans, making up about one-sixth of yearly deaths in ...

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  • David C. Rash Takes on Ft. Myers Medical Malpractice Case

    A two-week jury trial in Fort Myers, Florida has just begun on September 8 th , 2015 regarding medical malpractice that resulted in the wrongful death ...

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  • City of Apalachicola Wins Big in BP Disaster Settlement

    On April 20, 2010, the Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig exploded, starting what would later be called one of the worst environmental disasters ...

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    A recent piece in The New York Times , " Stowaways and Crimes Aboard a Scofflaw Ship ," provides an interesting view into the interplay between ...

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  • Gulf Coast States Reach Record-Setting Settlement with BP

    Since 2010, the Gulf Coast economy has struggled to mend the damages caused by BP after the devastating Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Fortunately, ...

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  • Court Decision Strikes Down Medical Malpractice Caps on Noneconomic Damages

    For years, Florida medical malpractice victims and their families were forced to bend the knee to the court in regards to noneconomic damages. The ...

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  • David C. Rash and His Catastrophically Injured Client Featured on Front Page of Daily Business Review

    On Monday, April 6, 2015, the Daily Business Review (the "Official Court Newspaper of South Florida") featured David C. Rash and his catastrophically ...

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    Today, April 2, 2015, the Florida Supreme Court issued its tremendous decision in Limones v. School District of Lee County, et al. - Case No. ...

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