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New Claims Allowed After Virginia Medical Malpractice Plaintiff Files Nonsuit

Posted by in medical malpractice case, on August 1, 2015

Ellen Dunston has been allowed to add new claims in her re-filed Virginia medical malpractice lawsuit following a nonsuit, even though the additional claims would have otherwise exceeded the statute of limitations. Under Virginia law, a plaintiff is permitted one voluntary dismissal, which is referred to as a nonsuit.  When a nonsuit is taken, the plaintiff […]

It’s Happened Again – Woman Robbed of Nearly $1 Million Due to Virginia Tort Reform

Posted by in Virginia Tort Reform, on August 1, 2015

Things allegedly changed for 52-year-old Carol Johnson when she was a patient of Dr. Eleanor Deguzman-Berube and the Atwood Family Medical Center in 2003.  Johnson had undiagnosed diverticulitis, which is defined as a form of inflammation of the intestinal wall. The condition progressed into numerous abscesses and ultimately led to multiple surgeries. Barry Taylor, Johnson’s […]

Florida Psychologist is Accused of Having Sex with Client Then Billing Her Insurance Company for the Sessions

Posted by in medical malpractice case, on August 1, 2015

According to allegations, a Tampa psychologist  billed a patient’s insurance company for her treatment, when it is believed that he was actually having sex with her.  As if that wasn’t bad enough, an investigation by the Florida Health Department also found that he repeatedly received prescription painkillers from the patient. Not surprisingly, the state department […]

U.S. District Judge Says Court Costs Are Not Included in Virginia’s Med Mal Cap

Posted by in medical malpractice case, on August 1, 2015

According to a Richmond federal court, a Virginia medical malpractice plaintiff can add court costs to his $1.8 jury verdict, even though it would push the award over the state’s cap on medical malpractice damages.  U.S. District Judge Robert Payne allowed the $2,706.88 in court costs, despite the defendant’s argument that the statutory cap prohibited […]

How Contributory Negligence Can Impact Your Virginia Medical Malpractice Claim

Posted by in medical malpractice case, on August 1, 2015

Contributory negligence isn’t a word you most likely use in your everyday vocabulary.  It’s amazing how many legal terms you learn when researching information relating to your case. If you have been harmed by medical malpractice in Virginia, then you need to familiarize yourself with contributory negligence.  Virginia is one of only a few states […]