WPBF – TV in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, reports a Boynton Beach man has filed a lawsuit against Comcast for his wife’s death last Thanksgiving.
A woman formerly from New Hampshire is suing two doctors and St. Joseph’s Hospital in Nashua for $5 million alleging they failed to diagnose and treat her bacterial meningitis which left her permanently disabled, reports The Telegraph.
Georgia’s WTVM reports the family of a 20-year-old who died as the result of a fatal church van crash has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the maker of the 1986 Dodge van.
According to the Southeast Texas Record, parents, whose son died after a missed skull fracture diagnosis, have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Christus Hospital St. Mary and Dr. Michael Crossley, the attending physician.
The family of a woman killed four years ago when a tractor-trailer rig hit her car, has been awarded $35.25 million reports the Kansas City Star.
The Chicago Sun-Times reports a Pilsen woman has been awarded $3.27 million by a Cook County jury in her lawsuit against the Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group and the doctor who delivered her baby.
The family of a 36-year-old woman who bled to death after having her first child by caesarean section has been awarded $4.6 million by a Wright County jury, reports the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
The Arizona Daily Star reports Pima County and the organizers of El Tour de Tucson have reached a settlement of $3.5 million with a man who suffered brain damage in a bicycle crash in 2008.
The family and estate of a young man who was killed when he was thrown from a John Deere bulldozer during heavy equipment operator school at Associated Training Services of Texas has filed a wrongful death lawsuit, reports the Southeast Texas Record.