Medical Malpractice Articles

Karen Tirimacco, Quadriplegic Awarded $1.15 Million

Originally Published December 28, 1995; Section: OBITUARY; Edition: SOONER; Page: A-13 Sharon Voas, Post-Gazette Staff Writer Twenty years ago, Karen Tirimacco faced a bright future. The honors student at Duquesne University was about to graduate and be married and planned

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Lawyers: Verdict’s Just Right

Attorneys say Tyrone Hospital trying ‘to threaten and terrify a community.’ Altoona Mirror, March 8, 2006 by Phil Ray and Greg Bock HOLLIDAYSBURG – Lawyers for a 10-year-old boy suffering from cerebral palsy say a civil court verdict of more than

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Evaluation of a Birth Injury Case (Part 2)

(Read Part 1 Here) Any attorney contemplating a birth-injury case must anticipate the defenses, both legitimate and illegitimate, that can be raised in such claims. Indeed, an intelligent decision to undertake a birth-injury claim cannot be made without an examination

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