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Wrongful-death claims reveal tragic toll of medical blunders at city hospitals – New York Post

An article by authors, Sara Dorn and Mary Kay Linge (with additional contributions by Melissa Klein and Isabel Vincent), appeared in the March 9, edition of the New York Post, in the Metro section, entitled, "Wrongful-death claims reveal tragic toll of medical blunders at city hospitals." A terrible statistic was presented in The Post's team's important reporting: "Medical misconduct has killed Read More >>

Investigations Raise Oversight Concerns at Surgery Centers

Ambulatory surgery centers perform millions of outpatient surgeries a year, most with little complication. However, new investigations are raising concerns about lax reporting and regulation at some of these centers. Routine procedures such as tonsillectomies or colonoscopies have resulted in devastating and sometimes fatal consequences for patients. You should know why this is happening and what Read More >>

Florida Supreme Court to Med Mal Insurance Industry: Stop Lying

In yesterday’s 5-2 decision striking down Florida’s cap on non-economic damages in wrongful death cases, the Supreme Court of Florida criticized in withering detail the arguments used by medical malpractice insurance lobbyists and organized medicine to push for caps and other “tort reforms.” Read the full article   Read More >>

RECENT SETTLEMENT FOR 5.95 MILLION DOLLARS

On December 2, 2013 John Dalli of Dalli & Marino, LLP appeared for trial in Superior Court, Middlesex County, New Jersey on behalf of his client, an infant who suffered brain damage at birth as a result of the medical malpractice and negligence of an obstetrician and hospital staff during the labor and delivery of the child. Mr. Dalli’s lawsuit alleged the doctor and hospital staff failed to Read More >>