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These blog posts are all examples of rule breakers being held accountable for not following fundamental safety rules or, even worse, covering up their safety rule violations in order to make money.  Fortunately, the Constitution provides every resident the right to a jury trial so that these rule breakers can be held accountable for the benefit of the whole community. 

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$206 Million Jury verdict upheld after hospital caused brain damage in delivering baby

September 26, 2019

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A 70 year-old woman slipped and fell on a slick floor, injuring her left shoulder.  When she looked up immediately after falling, she saw a store employee with a mop about 10 feet away, but there were no warning signs.  She also alleged the supermarket tampered with th...

Manufacturer of popular weight loss supplement is facing criminal charges for fraudulently claiming it was all natural when, in fact, it includes synthetics.  The product is also linked to liver failure and the manufacturer used false certificates to fool consumers....

Kia is recalling close to 260,000 late-model Soul crossovers due to faulty steering gear assembly, which “could cause the vehicle’s steering system to fail, the steering wheel itself even coming lose.” Kia advised the NHTSA “about the problem and will formally issue a...

Pregnant woman  underwent a routine ultrasound at 40 weeks which showed insufficient amniotic fluid.  She was admitted for immediate delivery.  Despite clear evidence that the baby was suffering greatly, a c-section was not performed until the following afternoon.  The...

Days after a successful surgery, while convalescing in the hospital, man developed a black spot on his tailbone (coccyx).  During surgery to treat this spot, a pressure sore was discovered, which required removal of tissue from his lower back, buttocks, and anus.  Over...

Primary care physician was sued after woman died after giving birth, because physician failed to document woman’s enlarged vein and aneurism in her brain.  Because this information was not in her medical record, the obstetrician allowed the woman to give birth naturall...

Physician and hospital waited several days before performing an emergency c-section on woman suffering from high blood pressure and protein in her urine (pre-eclampsia).  Baby was born with cystic periventricular leukomalacia (PVL) and requires life-long care. 

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