A Shenandoah High School student who lost the tip of his right ring finger in an accident in 2009 has filed a lawsuit against the northwestern Henry County school corporation, reports thestarpress.com.
The husband of a woman who is the fourth Southern California patient to die following a Lap-Band surgical procedure has filed a medical malpractice and wrongful death lawsuit, reports the LA Times.
The parents of a 22-year-old woman have filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Dodge County Circuit Court (Wisconsin), reports the Beaver Dam Daily Citizen.
A three-and-a-half-year-old girl is blind and has cerebral palsy after she was given 100 times the dose of nutrients 15 days after she was born in 2007, claimed the lawsuit filed in Lee County by her parents. The family has been awarded $19.2 million in the suit that could be the first of its kind for Lee County, reports station 2RSWFlorida.
In June 2008, a Tacoma woman who suffered brain damage after being run over by a 31-year-old mentally ill felon has filed a personal injury lawsuit against the psychiatrist who treated her, reports the News Tribune.
National Grid is being sued by the family of a 54-year-old Salem, New Hampshire woman who died after her power was shut off in June, reports the Eagle-Tribune.
Claiming Ole Miss was negligent in the death of their 20-year-old football player son last year, the family has sent a letter to the University of Mississippi as a 90-day notice they are planning to file a wrongful death lawsuit, reports wmctv.com.
PostStar.com reports a Warren County state Supreme Court has found a doctor should pay $3 million for injuries a now 18-year-old girl suffered during her birth.
The Louisiana Record reports a lawsuit has been filed in federal court in New Orleans against Ochsner Clinic Foundation by a former patient over a surgical sponge left in his abdomen following surgery for rectal cancer.