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Defective Surgical Mesh Used for Hernia Repair Lawsuit

If you have experienced pain or complications following a hernia repair due to the type of surgical mesh used, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Our product liability attorneys at Gray & White are investigating potential hernia repair claims for individuals who suffered complications…

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Is Your Doctor Telling the Truth?

A physician shall uphold the standards of professionalism… A physician shall respect the law… A physician shall respect the rights of patients… So begin three of the American Medical Association’s Principles of Medical Ethics. Doctors are among the most respected and the most trusted members…

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How to Find Out What Actually Happened in the Operating Room When Your Loved One Died From Anesthesia Aspiration

You weren’t there. Even if you were waiting in the hospital’s waiting room, you weren’t present in the operating room during your loved one’s surgery. You had no place in the operating room, but now you can’t stop thinking about what happened in there. Will…

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What You Need to Know If a Loved One Died From Anesthesia Aspiration During a Colonoscopy

Did you know that your loved one was at risk of anesthesia aspiration when he was sedated for his colonoscopy? Did your loved one know about the risk? Did he make an informed decision prior to the test? Did you know he could die? These…

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Was it a Medical Mistake or Medical Malpractice That Killed Your Loved One?

Your loved one died at Jewish Hospital, University Hospital, or another Louisville medical facility because something went wrong. If your loved one had received the right medication, the correct diagnosis, or the appropriate treatment then your loved one would still be living. Unfortunately, that isn’t…

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5 Reasons Internists May Be Sued for Wrongful Death in Kentucky

Recently, a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine identified the five most common reasons why internists are sued for medical malpractice in the United States. Researchers studied approximately a quarter million (250,000) medical malpractice cases closed against primary care doctors between 1985 and 2009. Here…

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