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Child Receives $20 Million Settlement in Brain Injury Case

From the Palm Springs Desert Sun: “A now-12-year-old Temecula boy who fell from a fast-food restaurant’s play structure and struck his head, causing brain damage, was awarded a $20 million settlement from the franchise’s parent company, his attorney said today. The money was awarded to…

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Family Settles With Hospital For $6.5 Million In Brain Injury Case

From Chicago Breaking News: “A $6.5 million settlement has been reached on behalf of a 7-year-old Aurora boy who allegedly suffered a brain injury at birth at Provena Mercy Medical Center, the Beacon News reports. Attorneys for the boy, Roberto Morales Jr., say the attending…

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Actor’s Family Settles Medical Malpractice Lawsuit With Hospital

From the Los Angeles Times: “Dennis Quaid and his wife Kimberly reached a settlement with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center for $750,000 over a medication error last year that nearly killed the couple’s twin infants, according to papers filed Monday in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Nurses…

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Class Action Certified Against Insurance Company for Unfair Business Practices

The Connecticut Supreme Court recently certified a class action against The Hartford Fire Insurance Company filed by the Auto Body Association of Connecticut and several auto body shops. The lawsuit alleges that the insurance company engaged in unfair business practices by steering customers to certain…

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Increase in Use of Pain Pumps Due to Heavy Marketing and Insurance Companies Approving Reimbursements

The dramatic increase in use of shoulder pain pumps after shoulder surgery is due in large part to the marketing efforts of the pain pump manufacturers and the increase in insurance companies approving coverage for such devices. Many insurance companies believed they could save money…

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New FAA Rule to Require Device to Prevent Airline Tank Explosions

After years of delay, a FAA rule is set to go into effect requiring a device to be placed in aircraft to prevent fuel tanks from exploding.  The rule comes many years after the explosion aboard a TWA flight took the life of 230 passengers….

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