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Colonoscopy Fails to Detect Malignant Tumor - Confidential Settlement
Colonoscopy Fails to Detect Malignant Tumor - Confidential Settlement

Our client, a 39 year old male, experienced a sudden onset of rectal bleeding and was hospitalized for evaluation of his colon. A gastroenterologist performed a colonoscopy and an EGD (upper G I study) and diagnosed plaintiff with diverticulosis ( a benign pouching ...

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Blog posts in March, 2017

  • Failure to Diagnose Arterial Line Complication - $800,000 Settlement

    This case involved over 30,000 pages of medical records and complex issues of medicine pertaining to the monitoring of arterial lines. It was settled ...

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  • Random Inspections May Catch Truckers Using Fraudulent Medical Certificates

    Commercial vehicles are the largest vehicles on the road. The only other vehicles coming close are newer recreational vehicles. 18-wheelers can weigh ...

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  • Byetta Litigation

    As of 8/18/2008, the FDA has reviewed 30 postmarketing reports of acute pancreatitis in patients taking Byetta. Of the 6 cases of hemorrhagic or ...

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