Tag Archives: Physician Negligence

Court Rules for Hospital in Medical Malpractice Case

By John Piccin |

In a medical malpractice case, the family of a deceased loved one often wants to hold as many parties liable as possible, and understandably so. In many of these cases, a beloved family member has unnecessarily died as a result of some negligent act or omission, and surviving family members are angry, confused, and… Read More »

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 »

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