Robert Ross convinced a jury that a hospital and two radiologists were negligent in failing to diagnose a woman’s breast cancer.
MCARE protects victims so they get full justice from their medical malpractice lawsuit.
A jury found that talc contained in the company’s iconic baby powder caused ovarian cancer in a California woman.
Matt Casey convinced a judge that hospitals and doctors potentially were recklessly indifferent in a case that led to a boy’s severe birth injuries.
There are a couple ways a doctor can make a mistake when it comes to diagnosing cancer.
Some medications might not be safe to take while you’re pregnant. What you should do?
What is Cerebral Palsy? What causes it?
What you need to know about common ways doctors and hospitals make mistakes.
Matt Casey will investigate why 4-year-old Kaydence Jakubowski suffered a stroke hours after being released from the hospital.
In awarding more than $5 million, a jury found that a surgeon didn’t review x-rays before an operation and caused the death of a 57-year-old man.
A federal jury in Chicago smacked AbbVie Inc., the maker of AndroGel, with the staggering punitive damage award.
Learn to protect your child from abuse and identify the signs that child abuse has occurred.
The parents of Mark Sturgis turn to Robert Ross to represent them in a civil investigation into the death of their son.
These medical errors might lead to a personal injury lawsuit.
What is a “deposition”? What should you expect? Here are some things you should consider before your deposition.
Sometimes CP is the result of a medical error during pregnancy or child birth.
Matt Casey recovers $25 million on behalf of a man who suffered a brain injury following a vehicle accident.
Keep yourself (and your family) safe this summer with these tips.
The Ross Feller Casey qui tam lawsuit centered on allegations that the father-son owned practice billed for procedures that were not medically necessary.
The major lawsuit filed by Matt Casey says the school district must be held accountable for turning a “blind eye” to obvious signs of sexual abuse.