Category Archives: Medical Malpractice

Managed Health Care Insurers Deny Patients

Attorney Jeff Killino and his law firm have found that a number of Managed Health Care Insurers deny valid claims because the treatment is “experimental” or “investigational” or “not medically necessary”. Denying treatment is one way that the Managed Health Care Industry makes a lot of money. Of the 73 million Americans on Medicaid, almost […]

Was Joan Rivers’ Death Caused by Medical Malpractice?

The September 4, 2014, death of 81-year-old Joan Rivers a week after undergoing an outpatient procedure at the Yorkville Endoscopy clinic has raised questions by fans and officials regarding the cause of the well-known comedian’s death. During what has been described as a routine throat procedure to treat Ms. Rivers’ voice changes and acid reflux […]

Two Doctors Slapped with Malpractice Suit from another Physician

Charleston, WV – Two doctors and a hospital have had a medical malpractice lawsuit filed against them by another city physician, who is alleging improper treatment and negligence. Dr. Jan H. Cunningham and his wife, Lynn, are listed as the plaintiffs in the lawsuit that was filed on May 7, 2008 in Kanawha County Circuit […]

Seventy Suits are Settled Surrounding Putnam General Hospital

Charleston, WV – One doctor, John Anderson King, practicing medicine at Putnam General Hospital has been the object of one hundred twenty-two medical malpractice suits, of which seventy have been settled. He sustained the suits for malpractice while in the employ of the hospital. His stay was not long and the situation has been fraught […]

Medication Error Leads to Death After Cosmetic Surgery; Philadelphia Lawsuit Exemplifies National Trends

Every year millions of Americans spend more than $11 billion on cosmetic surgery. That cost may sound astronomical, but an even greater cost exists. Most procedures, such as breast enhancement surgery, liposuction, and tummy tucks are safely done by certified and credible doctors. With any operation, risk is involved and most patients and their families […]