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June 2017 Archives

Man files medical malpractice lawsuit for loss of hand

Kentucky residents that seek treatment for a heart attack likely do not imagine that it could result in the loss of a limb. Unfortunately for one man in another state, he is now short five fingers and his hand. He has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit against the doctors who handled his care, and he is asking for $100 million for his pain and suffering. 

Chiropractor accused of medical malpractice in model's death

Many Kentucky residents seek treatment and advice from chiropractors on a regular basis. As with any medical specialty, unfortunate mistakes can occur. Anytime a mistake does occur, it has the potential to harm a patient. Recently, a wrongful death medical malpractice lawsuit has been filed in another state, alleging that a model's spinal adjustment by a chiropractor resulted in her fatal injury.

Lightning safety: Tips for a safe ride on your motorcycle

Summer is here, and that means it's time to brush up on your motorcycle safety tips. One that you may not keep in mind is the risk of getting hit by lightning. Storms that pass through Kentucky and the Ohio Valley have the potential to have extreme winds and hundreds of lightning strikes.

Surgeon's overlapped surgeries may result in medical malpractice

When patients in Kentucky consent to surgery by their chosen surgeon, they expect to have careful monitoring and focused care throughout the surgery. Unknown to many patients, some surgeons may overlap their surgeries, leaving trainees to monitor the patient as the head surgeon moves on to another patient. While this is an accepted practice in many hospitals, an anesthesiologist in another state has filed a lawsuit for what she considers to be excessive overlapping and double booking of surgeries. She is hopeful the lawsuit will institute changes to protect patients and prevent unnecessary medical malpractice.

Woman files medical malpractice claim for surgical complications

Some disorders and diseases do not require medical treatment. Depending on the disease, many Kentucky doctors may encourage a wait-and-see approach. If optional surgeries or treatments are available, risks may be involved, especially when medical errors are made. One woman in another state is requesting $6 million in a medical malpractice lawsuit from the hospital where she received an optional brain surgery.

4 key truck accident trends

Your daily commute takes you down a number of serious trucking arteries, and you can never shake the feeling that your little sedan is just no match for the semis surrounding it. They're huge, imposing and all over the road.

Victims of truck accidents may experience finanical loss

Many motor vehicle drivers fear traveling alongside tractor-trailer trucks. It is well-known that a tractor-trailer's large size can result in serious damage to a smaller vehicle and its occupants in a collision. Established regulations for truck companies and law enforcement of those regulations attempt to lessen the chance of a truck accidents, but unfortunately, they still occur. Recently in Kentucky, a man suffered serious injuries after being involved in an accident with a semi. 

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