ST. LOUIS (AP) – A suburban St. Louis health care company is parting ways with a neurosurgeon who operated on the wrong side of a woman’s brain last year. 104 more words
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A suburban Chicago man has accepted a $17 million settlement in a brain injury medical malpractice case. Alexander Williams of Harvey, Illinois alleged that he suffered serious brain injuries after medical personnel at the University of Chicago Medical Center failed to diagnose an infection when Williams was treated there in 2003. 113 more words
Some still argue that high payments in medical malpractice lawsuits drive up the cost of health care, but an examination of the facts shows that this claim is false. 124 more words
RSA Group chief executive Stephen Hester - A banking blow-up and gardening leave: What Mr Fix-It did next
James Ashton 4/7/14,
There is a work-in-progress feel to Stephen Hester’s new office.
High up in the Walkie-Talkie skyscraper, a black gauze is pulled over the windows on one side to neutralise what has been dubbed the Walkie-Scorchie’s death-ray glare that warped parked cars last summer. read more