Tag Archives: Treatment

Resisting Arrest, Accepting Treatment

The South Carolina Supreme Court has imposed a public reprimand with conditions for the following misconduct: In July 2007, respondent was arrested following an altercation with police officers at a bar. In July 2011, respondent pled guilty to resisting arrest… … Continue reading

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Recovery Ways Spreading the Word about NAATP

Salt Lake City, UT – October 2011 – Citing a commitment to creating a positive environment in which addiction treatment is recognized around the country, Salt Lake City’s Recovery Ways addiction treatment center is getting the word out that they … Continue reading

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Is the Proper Care and Treatment of Our Aging Parents Lost in Between Doctors and Hospitals?

A Recent Study Indicates that Elders, who are Managed by Numerous Doctors and Hospitals are at Risk for Harm. When senior citizens are hospitalized, every doctor should not only ask the patient what medications he or she is taking, but … Continue reading

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Surrogate Demanding Overly Aggressive Treatment Loses $3 Million

Albert Joe Beck was the only child of Pearl C. Oppenhorst, and her sole heir pursuant to a 1993 Family Trust. Oppenhorst died from cancer at the age of 94 on March 12, 2008, leaving an estate worth over $3 … Continue reading

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Lawsuit for Unwanted Treatment Will Proceed

A few weeks ago, I wrote about a new case filed by a Colorado prisoner who was resuscitated against his wishes. The plaintiff in a similar case, also pending in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, has … Continue reading

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