Posted on behalf of Janet, Jenner & Suggs on May 15, 2017 in Medical MalpracticeMany medical malpractice claims involve the misdiagnosis of a patient's illness or injury. Misdiagnosis means the doctor who treated the patient failed to diagnose the patient's illness or gave the patient an incorrect diagnosis. Proving misdiagnosis… Read More
Posted on behalf of Janet, Jenner & Suggs on Feb 20, 2017 in Medical MalpracticeEach day, thousands of patients rely on doctors and other medical professionals to provide appropriate treatment, which could include prescribing the right medications, performing surgery or recommending tests to diagnose your medical issues. Unfortunately,… Read More
Posted by Rob Jenner on Dec 15, 2015 in Medical MalpracticeCitizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) – which is actually funded by major corporations, including pharmaceutical companies seeking to escape liability for the harm they cause consumers – has launched still another advertising campaign bashing plaintiff… Read More
Posted by Howard Janet on Nov 20, 2015 in Medical MalpracticeIn my practice I regularly represent people who have been misdiagnosed and, as a result, have suffered devastating consequences. I describe some of these horrific cases in my book, Navigating a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit: What You Need to Know. Recently,… Read More
Posted by Howard Janet on Nov 12, 2015 in Medical MalpracticeThough I tend to focus on birth injury medical malpractice cases, the type of injuries and specifics of each case vary widely. What stays consistent, however, is the lawsuit process. The 10 steps in a medical malpractice lawsuit can take years to complete. Step… Read More
Posted on behalf of Janet, Jenner & Suggs on Oct 05, 2015 in Medical MalpracticeA telltale sign of the 13-month-old’s spinal cord injury was there on the x-ray for all to see, but nobody did. Not the doctor who ordered it, not the radiologist who signed off on it, not the doctor who wrote in her chart that the x-rays showed nothing… Read More
Posted by Howard Janet on Sep 28, 2015 in Medical MalpracticeAva* was an intelligent, adventurous young woman with a bright future ahead of her. After college, she taught English in Japan, then returned home to earn two master’s degrees before landing her dream job as a senior marketing manager. Because her meningitis… Read More
Posted by Howard Janet on Sep 04, 2015 in Medical MalpracticeIn my years as a medical malpractice attorney, no two of my cases have ever been exactly alike due to the variety of claims involved. Medical malpractice claims can be taken against providers, hospitals and other health care facilities, or to seek compensation… Read More
Posted by Howard Janet on Aug 14, 2015 in Medical MalpracticeWhen a medical procedure results in injury or even death, it is natural to wonder if it was preventable. Often, the bad result was not caused by doctors or hospital mistakes. However, in some cases life-altering errors were made, and questions do need… Read More
Posted by Rob Jenner on Jul 15, 2015 in Medical MalpracticeA Class II medical device called Lariat® (SentraHEART, Inc.) fails one out of 10 times when used “off label” in a cardiac procedure to clamp off a potential source of dangerous blood clots in high risk heart patients. Furthermore, using Lariat in this… Read More
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