Tag Archives: Hospital

Actor Bill Paxton’s family files wrongful death lawsuit against hospital, surgeon

LOS ANGELES (February 14, 2018) – Nearly one year after 61-year-old actor Bill Paxton died from complications from surgery, his family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the surgeon and hospital that treated him. Paxton, best known for his roles in … Continue reading

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Nurse Practitioner EB-2 Schedule A I-140 Approval for Korean Nurse Practitioner Beneficiary and Hospital Petitioner in Cleveland Ohio

CASE: I-140 (EB-2 Category) / Schedule A / Premium Processing EMPLOYER: Hospital BENEFICIARY: Korean Nurse Practitioner LOCATION: Cleveland, Ohio Our client is a certified nurse practitioner. Her current employer was willing to petition her for a second-preference employment immigrant visa … Continue reading

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Hospital’s Failure to apply for charity care for psychiatric emergency patient leaves hospital holding the bag

DRAFT   MUST REWRITE    text from daily briefingHEALTH CARE LAW New Jersey has a Charity Care program which pays for hospital care for uninsured individuals who meet the stringent income and asset requirements and also file an application. If an eligible … Continue reading

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Roch Aoust, Danny Gilileo and Derrick Kelley Flown to Hospital after Florida Keys Plane Crash near Marathon Airport

Roch Aoust, Danny Gilileo and Derrick Kelley Injured in Plane Crash near Marathon Airport in the Florida Keys Florida Keys, Florida (January 25, 2018) – Three people were taken to a hospital after a small plane crash on Thursday afternoon … Continue reading

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$28.5 Million Jury Verdict for Nursing Home’s Failure to Timely Transfer Resident to Hospital

Cecil Gary, a 60-year-old resident of the McCracken Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, had a history of stroke and was also an amputee.  Although he had limitations in caring for himself, he was aware of his surroundings and generally enjoyed his … Continue reading

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