Posts made in October, 2014


Some gynecologist Ignore FDA

Some gynecologist Ignore FDA


Posted By on Oct 15, 2014

As a medical malpractice lawyer I come across a lot of information. Its not often that doctors ignore FDA warnings about devises or medical tools. Yet, with some gynecologist that is happening, even though the “laparoscopic power devise” was pulled by its manufacturer. The devise is used to remove uterine fibroids. “Some gynecologist nationwide are still using a gynecological tool months after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration...

Read More

In my experience as a medical malpractice lawyer, it is very unusual for the state Legislature to review a physician’s Medical Board discipline. Medical malpractice means the care giver’s actions or inactions fell below a standard of care. A state Medical Board spending $900,000.00 to investigate a physican is very unusual and, even more so, for the physician to retain his license to practice. Folks treated by this Tulsa...

Read More
Eyes On You, Don’t Wreck Your Case

Eyes On You, Don’t Wreck Your Case


Posted By on Oct 15, 2014

It’s common for the claimant in a personal injury law, negligence law or wrongful termination law case to be watched and videoed by an insurance company or defense attorney’s surveillance people. The courts consider such video and photos to be typically admissible evidence, as long as there’s no photo-shop or editing that changes the true image captured. And, unless the surveillance person is trespassing, there’s not much you can do...

Read More