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March 2016 Archives

Looking at the basics of the medical malpractice statute of limitations

Pursuing a medical malpractice claim is generally a large undertaking involving a lot of leg work and a lot of coordination. Not only are there evidentiary and legal issues that need to be fully explored and considered, there are procedural and technical issues that have to be dealt with and coordinated as well.

Family able to pursue malpractice case after appeal on statute of limitations issue

Earlier this month, a Michigan Appeals Court ruled that the family of a deceased man who had a surgical sponge left inside of his body, near his heart, for eight years, is able to sue the doctor and the hospital where the surgery occurred.

Maximizing your medical malpractice award: work with experienced attorney, P.2

In our last post, we mentioned a recent medical malpractice case initiated by a Jackson woman who won a $1.3 million award which was deemed excessive by the physician she sued. As we noted, $500,000 of the award was for pain, suffering, scarring and disfigurement, as well as mental/emotional distress, all of which are considered non-economic damages.