Kentucky Appellate Court Affirms No Arbitration For Nursing Home Wrongful Death Claim

The Commonwealth of Kentucky Court of Appeals (“Kentucky Appellate Court”) rendered its opinion on September 22, 2017 in a Kentucky nursing home wrongful death claim in which the defendant nursing home sought to compel arbitration pursuant to the arbitration agreement that the nursing home resident had signed in 2012, holding: “Had all of the legal Continue reading Kentucky Appellate Court Affirms No Arbitration For Nursing Home Wrongful Death Claim
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Kentucky Appellate Court Affirms No Arbitration For Nursing Home Wrongful Death Claim

Connecticut Appellate Court Rules Dismissed Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Containing Informed Consent Claim Wrongfully Revived

A Connecticut Appellate Court ruled in its decision filed on September 5, 2017 that the trial court erred when it improperly opened the judgment more than four months after it was rendered when no exception to the timeliness requirement existed. The Underlying Facts The plaintiff filed his complaint against the defendant podiatrist, alleging that the Continue reading Connecticut Appellate Court Rules Dismissed Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Containing Informed Consent Claim Wrongfully Revived
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Connecticut Appellate Court Rules Dismissed Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Containing Informed Consent Claim Wrongfully Revived

Connecticut Appellate Court Rules Dismissed Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Containing Informed Consent Claim Wrongfully Revived


A Connecticut Appellate Court ruled in its decision filed on September 5, 2017 that the trial court erred when it improperly opened the judgment more than four months after it was rendered when no exception to the timeliness requirement existed. The Underlying Facts The plaintiff filed his complaint against the defendant podiatrist, alleging that the Continue reading Connecticut Appellate Court Rules Dismissed Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Containing Informed Consent Claim Wrongfully Revived
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Connecticut Appellate Court Rules Dismissed Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Containing Informed Consent Claim Wrongfully Revived

Arizona Appellate Court Rules Assumption Of Risk Jury Instruction Improper In Antibiotic Malpractice Claim

In its unreported opinion filed on September 19, 2017, the Arizona Court of Appeals Division One (“Arizona Appellate Court”), Arizona’s intermediate appellate court, held that it was error for the trial court to instruct the Arizona medical malpractice jury with regard to the plaintiff’s assumption of risk where the plaintiff signed an informed consent form Continue reading Arizona Appellate Court Rules Assumption Of Risk Jury Instruction Improper In Antibiotic Malpractice Claim
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Arizona Appellate Court Rules Assumption Of Risk Jury Instruction Improper In Antibiotic Malpractice Claim

Arizona Appellate Court Rules Assumption Of Risk Jury Instruction Improper In Antibiotic Malpractice Claim


In its unreported opinion filed on September 19, 2017, the Arizona Court of Appeals Division One (“Arizona Appellate Court”), Arizona’s intermediate appellate court, held that it was error for the trial court to instruct the Arizona medical malpractice jury with regard to the plaintiff’s assumption of risk where the plaintiff signed an informed consent form Continue reading Arizona Appellate Court Rules Assumption Of Risk Jury Instruction Improper In Antibiotic Malpractice Claim
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Arizona Appellate Court Rules Assumption Of Risk Jury Instruction Improper In Antibiotic Malpractice Claim

Tennessee Appellate Court Discusses Sudden Emergency Doctrine In Health Claim Liability Birth Injury Case

In its opinion filed on September 18, 2017, the Court of Appeals of Tennessee at Knoxville (“Tennessee Appellate Court”) reversed the defense win in a Tennessee health care liability case (i.e., medical malpractice case) involving the death of a twin shortly after birth, holding that the trial court erred in issuing a jury instruction on Continue reading Tennessee Appellate Court Discusses Sudden Emergency Doctrine In Health Claim Liability Birth Injury Case
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Tennessee Appellate Court Discusses Sudden Emergency Doctrine In Health Claim Liability Birth Injury Case

Tennessee Appellate Court Discusses Sudden Emergency Doctrine In Health Claim Liability Birth Injury Case


In its opinion filed on September 18, 2017, the Court of Appeals of Tennessee at Knoxville (“Tennessee Appellate Court”) reversed the defense win in a Tennessee health care liability case (i.e., medical malpractice case) involving the death of a twin shortly after birth, holding that the trial court erred in issuing a jury instruction on Continue reading Tennessee Appellate Court Discusses Sudden Emergency Doctrine In Health Claim Liability Birth Injury Case
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Tennessee Appellate Court Discusses Sudden Emergency Doctrine In Health Claim Liability Birth Injury Case