Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Stevens Johnson Syndrome Stevens Johnson Syndrome Definition: A rare disorder of the skin, occasionally discovered to be attributed to allergies to new medication | Malpractice Law

Stevens – Johnson Syndrome: A rare disorder of the skin. It is extremely difficult to find the cause of Stevens – Johnson Syndrome. Many cases go undiagnosed or unresolved. It is occasionally discovered that a patient has developed an allergy to a new medication, and this is the body’s way of alerting the patient to the problem.

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Can Patients Sue For Injuries From A Tummy Tuck Procedure?
23 aug
Can Patients Sue For Injuries From A Tummy Tuck Procedure?

A more invasive procedure than liposuction, an abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, is a surgery used to remove fatty tissues and tighten the skin of the middle and lower abdomen area. Tummy tucks can raise your self-esteem level by improving your appearance to make you feel better about yourself. Out of the thousands of tummy tuck

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Can You Sue The Military For Medical Malpractice?
27 aug
Can You Sue The Military For Medical Malpractice?

If you suffered medical malpractice injuries at the hands of a military doctor or at a VA facility, you may sue the responsible party—with one notable exception. Active duty servicemembers cannot file a lawsuit against the military due to the Feres Doctrine. To find out if you qualify to sue the military for medical malpractice,

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Stevens Johnson Syndrome - News Articles

Ohio Family Sues Over Alleged Negligence that Led to the Death of Michael R. Gillen
01 may
Ohio Family Sues Over Alleged Negligence that Led to the Death of Michael R. Gillen

On a Friday in April 2016, Michael R. Gillen woke up with a fever, a cough, congestion, and an aching body. That night as his symptoms worsened he was brought to the Holzer Clinic, his local medical provider in Ohio. Doctors at the clinic found that he had a temperature of 102.2 and tested him

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Jury Awards New York Family $130 Million In Cerebral Palsy Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
01 oct
Jury Awards New York Family $130 Million In Cerebral Palsy Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

The family of 10-year-old Shannon Reilly filed a lawsuit against St. Charles Hospital and Rehabilitation Center in Port Jefferson, claiming several of the staff’s mistakes during the delivery of the baby girl in November 2002 led to the development of her cerebral palsy.  Although the family was offered an $8 million settlement in 2009, attorney

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