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  • Rouster v County of Saginaw
    Case No. 13-1673 (C.A. 6, Apr. 9, 2014)
    While being held in Saginaw County Jail ( Saginaw ), Jerry Rouster ( Jerry ) succumbed to sepsis and died as a result of a perforated duodenal ulcer. Before his death, he complained of stomach pain, engaged in bizarre behaviors indicative of mental-health problems, and displayed signs of agi...   MORE>>

  • Buechel v U.S.
    Case No. 13-2278 (C.A. 7, Feb. 7, 2014)
    In July 2006, plaintiff Joseph Buechel was incarcerated at FCI-Greenville, a federal correctional institution in Greenville, Illinois. Buechel contracted Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus, known as MRSA, which is a type of staph infection resistant to certain antibiotics. Buechel s MRSA ...   MORE>>

  • Russo v St. George’s University School of Medicine
    Case No. 13-1665-cv (C.A. 2, Mar. 4, 2014)
    Appeal from the March 28, 2013, judgment of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York Edgardo Ramos, District Judge), rejecting a challenge to removal jurisdiction and dismissing as time-barred a complaint alleging medical malpractice. This appeal primarily concerns ...   MORE>>

  • Shuler v Garrett
    Case No. 12-6270 (C.A. 6, Feb. 6, 2014)
    Pauline Sloan Shuler died in the Intensive Care Unit of Baptist Memorial Hospital-Memphis on June 23, 2011. Her heirs sued her doctors, the hospital, and the clinic where she had been receiving treatment, alleging Shuler had died from an allergic reaction to heparin (an anticoagulant) injections tha...   MORE>>

  • Sanchez v U.S.
    Case No. 13-1333 (C.A. 1, Jan. 14, 2014)
    Plaintiff Angel Sanchez, a widower and the executor of his wife's estate, sued his wife's doctors for medical malpractice. As it turned out, those doctors were federal employees, against whom claims are forever barred unless brought within the two-year limitations period Congress allowed under the F...   MORE>>

  • Bezio v Draeger
    Case No. 13-1910 (C.A. 1, Dec. 16, 2013)
    The question on appeal is whether the district court erred in enforcing an arbitration clause in an attorney-client engagement letter as to malpractice and unfair practice claims brought by a former client under Maine law. The client is Douglas Bezio, who sued his former law firm of Bernstein, ...   MORE>>

  • In Matter of Estate of Ira J. Sanders
    Case No. 12-60901 (C.A. 5, Nov. 21, 2013)
    Ira J. Sanders ( Sanders ), who received medical treatment from the Department of Veterans Affairs, died of stomach cancer in 2008. Sanders s estate ( the Estate ) filed a malpractice suit against his health care providers under the Federal Tort Claims Act ( FTCA ), alleging in part th...   MORE>>

  • Amburgey v U.S.
    Case No. 12-6279 (C.A. 6, Oct. 24, 2013)
    On January 21, 2009, Jerry Michael Amburgey (Jerry) sought treatment for his persistent pneumonia from Dr. Mahmood Alam at a clinic run by Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation (MCHC) in Whitesburg, Kentucky. Jerry died that same day from a severe allergic reaction to an intravenous contrast dye...   MORE>>

  • Maddox v Elsevier, Inc.
    Case No. 12-1559 (C.A. 1, Oct. 16, 2013)
    This is a curious case in which the plaintiffs, unsuccessful medical malpractice suitors, seek damages against the authors and publisher of a case report, introduced into evidence in the malpractice trials, that appeared in a peer-reviewed obstetrical journal. Acting on the defendants' motions to di...   MORE>>

  • Augutis v U.S.
    Case No. 12‐3536 (C.A. 7, Oct. 9, 2013)
    After doctors at a Veterans Affairs hospital amputated his right leg below the knee, Jerome Augutis filed an administrative claim for medical malpractice under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA). When his claim was denied, he requested reconsideration; when that too was denied, he filed suit in fede...   MORE>>


     

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