Tag Archives: Florida Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Medical Malpractice Suit Filed After Maggots Found in Patient’s Mouth

By John Piccin |

We expect, and rightly so, that our loved ones will be treated with respect, dignity, and the best care possible when receiving medical treatment. In many cases, this expectation sadly does not match with reality. In a shocking and tragic case, the family of a late Florida woman has filed a medical malpractice lawsuit… Read More »

Florida Medical Malpractice Law May Extend to Patient Suicide

By John Piccin |

In 2008, Jacqueline Granicz, a 55-year-old woman with a history of depression, called her doctor’s office complaining of excessive mental strain, crying bouts, and gastrointestinal distress. An office assistant informed Granicz’s primary-care physician, Dr. Joseph Chirillo, of the call, and Chirillo decided to change her antidepressant medication and refer her to a gastroenterologist, but… Read More »

Wrongful Death Suit Claims “Outrageous Behavior”

By John Piccin |

Shannon Lawley was a young, vibrant, 31-year-old chemist with her life ahead of her. She was a Bright Futures scholarship winner and a University of Florida graduate. When she became sick in 2012, she visited the Brevard County hospital emergency room and waited over ten hours to see a doctor because intensive care unit… Read More »

Florida Court Reinstates Medical Malpractice Award

By John Piccin |

In 2006, Florida woman Fedeline Normil took her son, Dens Pierre, to the emergency room with a high fever, vomiting, and a stiff neck. He was treated at the hospital for over two weeks with no positive changes; in fact, after two weeks, he was transferred to Miami Children’s Hospital over concerns that his… Read More »

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