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By Indhira Benitez Six-year-old Amar Diarrassouba was crossing the street on his way to school when he was reportedly struck and killed by a tractor-trailer
By Paul D. Rheingold A respected securities analyst, Northland Securities, Inc. released a March 2013 advisory regarding Intuitive Surgical’s stock valuation. Due to the shortcomings
By:Indhira Benitez Como se informó recientemente en las noticias, Kings County Hospital ha estado recibiendo mucha atención de los medios de comunicación para el envío
By: Indhira Benitez As reported recently in the news, Kings County Hospital has been receiving extensive attention from the media for negligently sending 41-year-old Brooklyn
By Indhira Benitez The story of Laverne Wilkinson has been a headlining topic in the media this past month. Unfortunately, the tragic, unavoidable truth has
A man was awarded $250,000 by a jury in Dauphin County, New York, in a lawsuit against a doctor and a hospital. The action was
Researchers studying the incidence of malpractice litigation involving cutaneous lasers found an increase of cases between 1985 and 2012 with the highest incidence in 2010.
Every state imposes a time limit within which a lawsuit must be started. This time limit is known as the Statute of Limitations. If a
By Charles Lee The likelihood of pancreatitis is doubled and has been linked, according to Sonal Singha, a leading author of the study that examined
By:Indhira Benitez As a NYC native now residing in Boston, I often find myself looking for the more “economically efficient” alternatives to traveling back home.
Government data indicates that each year, thousands of patients in New York and across the country may be victims of malpractice related to surgical supplies