Monthly Archives: September 2012

Johnson & Johnson Have Been Sued Again

September 24th, 2012 (No Comments)

Everybody knows that there is an inherent risk in every surgical procedure. Generally, these risks are explained thoroughly to all parties involved. Eva Sloan alleges that her mother, who was an unfortunate victim of broken medical trust, died during a 2003 procedure as a direct result of medical neglect. Eva is currently suing Synthes, a […]

Ongoing Trend – Jury Rules for City Doctor in Malpractice Case

September 21st, 2012 (No Comments)

A jury of seven women and five men deliberated for just about three hours before coming to a decision that Theresa Michels did not prove that Dr. Myron D. Haas of¬†Orthopedic¬†Associates of Pottsville Inc. was negligent in treating her broken wrist, nor did he cause the reflex sympathetic dystrophy that has since affected her left […]

Advocate against Distracted Driving

September 19th, 2012 (No Comments)

Former Victim now Advocate against Distracted Driving A recent victim of a tragic college graduation day crash is now teaching students to put the phone down when operating a motor vehicle. Jacy Good was celebrating her graduation from Muhlenberg College, not too far from Lancaster, Pennsylvania with both her parents. Following the ceremonial toss of […]