Ryan R. Bradley

Tort Reform Part Three: The Current Landscape

Tort Reform is the ultimate moving target. Ryan Bradley talks about the latest developments in the Federal and State Tort Reform battle.

David Mittleman

Pancreatic Cancer – False Positives Can Kill You

Pancreatic Cancer can go undetected until it has advance to the point where successful treatment is unlikely.  Pancreatic cancer is notorious for its poor prognosis, with a low overall 5-year survival rate of only 8.7%.  Early detection gives you the […]

Jon Lewis

Need an attorney? Do you want a Mill or a Boutique?

So, you are in a car wreck, or you’ve suffered from medical malpractice, or a family member or acquaintance has been killed due to another’s negligence, or you’ve been defrauded or wrongfully treated by an insurance company.  What do you […]

David Mittleman

Double Booked Surgeons Force Patients to Wait Under Anesthesia

Over a year ago, I wrote a blog about a practice known as simultaneous surgeries, in which a surgeon operates on more than one patient at a time.  Patients, who usually have no idea their surgeon is operating on another […]

Ryan M. Springer

Gentamicin Toxicity

Gentamicin toxicity can result from medical malpractice and pharmacy negligence.

Ryan M. Springer

The Opioid Epidemic in Utah

Deaths due to drug overdoses are an epidemic in Utah. But not all deaths are caused by illegal drugs. Many are also caused by prescription errors and improper pain management practices.

T. Thomas Metier

Should Nebraska Adopt the Loss of Chance Doctrine in Medical Malpractice Cases?

What the damages were and why the Cohans suffered them were questions of fact for a jury to determine.

T. Thomas Metier

What Happens When One Party Does Not Want to Use its Own Expert Witness, and the Opposing Side Wants To?

The Court of Appeals says that the trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying the use of the defense’s expert witnesses by the plaintiff.

Wayne Parsons

H. R. 1215 – will a lawyer take your medical malpractice case?

  If you listen to the Congressman who just voted for H. R. 1215 you would believe that a large number of medical malpractice trial lawyers are signing up lots of clients every day and filing lawsuits against doctors, and then […]

Wayne Parsons

Is H. R. 1215 the biggest fraud on the public ever?

To achieve the rank of “biggest fraud” would take some doing from some (not all) politicians who use lies or half-truths knowing that the public won’t check the facts and hoping that the media won’t educate the public about the truth. […]