California medical malpractice lawyers and patients, who had been looking forward to the release of hospital infection data by the California Department of Public Health, may have to tone down their enthusiasm. The data was delivered as promised by the agency, but with so many caveats that one would wonder whether the data is worth...
California pharmaceutical injury attorneys, who have been concerned with the high risk of liver injuries arising from accidental overdoses of acetaminophen, will welcome a new ruling by the Food and Drug Administration. This week the agency announced a cap on the amount of acetaminophen that can be contained in prescription drugs. This new limit comes...
CBS News recently highlighted a story about a Los Angeles woman who was awarded $198,000 after she underwent a double mastectomy that was later determined to be unnecessary. Ana Jimenez-Salgado had both of her breasts removed at the Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center after being told that she had cancerous cells in both breasts.  The...
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