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THE UNFORTUNATE CASE OF BIMLA NAYYAR, A SURGERY GONE WRONG

Truly a series or a cascade of unfortunate events. Bimla Nayyar an 81 year old grandmother from Michigan went for a small routine procedure for a dislocated jaw and ended up fighting a 60 day long battle for her life, which she eventually lost. 466 more words

HEALTHCARE

Steven Johnson Syndrome and Medical Malpractice

A personal injury and wrongful death firm in Chicago, the Law Offices of Craig L. Manchik & Associates, P.C., began operation in 1997 and handles a wide range of cases. 226 more words

Craig L Manchik

Embalmed Alive

Recently a horrific news story about a young Russian woman who was killed by the accidental infusion of formalin instead of a saline IV has been been making the rounds with painful headlines of… 3,293 more words

Killer Budgie / Haunted Ohio

Soft Tissue Should Not Mean Soft Settlement

Insurance adjusters and their lawyers are fond of denigrating the injuries suffered by victims of auto accidents as “only soft tissue” injuries. In other words, insurance companies offer less in terms of settlement for a victim who did not break bones in a crash! 825 more words

Law

Russian woman 'embalmed alive' after being given solution with formaldehyde instead of saline drip

It was supposed to be a simple procedure.

Relatives said 28-year-old Ekaterina Fedyaeva had been diagnosed with ovarian cysts – a condition in which fluid-filled sacs attach to the ovaries, then usually disappear on their own. 487 more words

News

A Parent’s Letter to a Gender Clinic

I’m glad that some people with legal standing, or close to children with legal standing once regret sets in, are saying things like this:

You are receiving this letter because our child is a patient at your clinic or a clinic like yours.

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Transgenderism

Henry Edward Dugan Jr.

Title: Managing Partner
Company: Dugan, Babij, Tolley & Kohler, LLC
Location: Timonium, Maryland, United States

Henry Edward Dugan Jr., Managing Partner at Dugan, Babij, Tolley & Kohler, LLC…

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Medical Law