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September 26, 2022

NFL Quarterback Sues Team Doctor for Negligence

The doctor looking after Los Angeles Chargers’ Justin Herbert's fractured rib cartilage is being sued for medical malpractice by a former Chargers player. NFL quarterback Tyrod Taylor is asking for $5 million after suffering a punctured lung while being treated for a rib injury in 2020. Taylor, who now plays for the New York...
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Can You Recover Damages for Injuries Suffered at Camp Lejeune?

Veterans who were exposed to toxic water while stationed at the United States Marine Corps Base at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina may be able to recover monthly disability benefits and receive VA health care. Plus, veterans with dependent children or dependent parents may also be eligible to get survivor benefits from the Department of...
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September 14, 2022

Medical Malpractice Attorneys Rob Buchanan and Donna MacKenzie Discuss Dr. Malviya Lawsuit with 7 Action News Detroit

Longtime Michigan gynecological oncologist Dr. Vinay Kumar Malviya recently settled a $775,000 civil lawsuit with the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) after being accused by physicians, former patients, state regulators, and the DOJ of putting countless women at risk of needless complications by performing unnecessary procedures, including radical hysterectomies and administering excessive cycles of chemotherapy....
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September 9, 2022

Channel 7 Investigators: Michigan cancer doctor accused of performing unnecessary radical hysterectomies

A longtime Michigan cancer doctor [Vinay Malviya MD] has been accused by physicians, former patients, state regulators and the Department of Justice of performing unnecessary surgeries, putting scores of patients at risk of needless complications. Channel 7 Investigator, Ross Jones covered the story this morning and the story is found below: To read the...
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September 1, 2022

Michigan Supreme Court Says No-Fault Act Amendments Apply Only Prospectively

The Michigan Supreme Court recently answered the question whether the 2019 legislative amendments to the No-Fault Act, MCL 500.3101 et seq., that limited reimbursement for expenses covered by personal protection insurance applied retroactively. If so, this would limit benefits to those injured before the effective date of the amendments. In the case of Andary...
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