Grant High player’s mother files wrongful death suit Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) – Friday, March 3, 2006 Author: JOHN KILLEN, The Oregonian SUMMARY: Eddie Barnett Jr., who had been diagnosed with a heart condition, died during a game last year … Continue reading →
Man Died of Undiagnosed Coronary Artery Disease, Family Claims 8-7-2019 23:20:00 LOS ANGELES (CN) – A man died because three doctors did not diagnose his coronary artery disease, his widow and daughters claim in Los Angeles County Superior Court. Rachel … Continue reading →
A Kaiser cardiac patient died because doctors failed to act when he stopped urinating, his family claims in court.
Sylvia Mack, widow of Anthony Mack, sued Kaiser and two of its doctors on Dec. 17 in Superior Court, alleging medical malpractice and wrongful death.
Damages award against Kaiser $3.3 million for man who had surgery he didn’t need – Alex Barnum, Chronicle Staff Writer Thursday, December 2, 2004 https://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2004/12/02/ BAGDLA51NT1.DTL A Berkeley man who was left nearly blind following heart bypass … Continue reading →
January 31, 1998 Walnut Creek — Kaiser Permanente has 10 days to correct long emergency room waits that may have contributed to the death of an 84-year-old man in December, a state health regulator said yesterday. Edward Glomersall, who had … Continue reading →
Associated Oregon Industries Viewpoint March/April 1996 “On Jan.5, PacifiCare was slapped with $20,000 in state fines for improperly denying coverage of emergency room visits.” The Business Journal, 1/12/96 “…it’s true if you withhold services from patients, money will be saved.” … Continue reading →
Congressional Testimony: Cruz Gomez to Bill Windsor of Lawless America.Lawless America…The Movie is all about exposing the fact that we now live in Lawless America. We no longer have laws that are enforced because judges do whatever they want to … Continue reading →
Stephen Keller Pacifica, CA HMO Denies Heart Patient Access to Cardiologist, Denies Hospitalization for Drug Treatment I have a condition called “atrial fibrillation” which is an irregular rhythm of the heart. I take medication to control this. I have had … Continue reading →
Raymond Erickson Fremont, CA Angiogram results not shared with patient, family has to pursue 2nd opinion just in time to save fathers life. (As told by daughter Joni Canada, RN) On November 20, 1996 my father was given an angiogram … Continue reading →
Originally Posted At: http://www.corpuschristinews.com/texas/tex2116.html Thursday, Dec. 18, 1997 HMO agrees to pay family of man who died while awaiting treatment Associated Press DALLAS — An HMO has agreed to pay $5.35 million to a family who claimed that medical … Continue reading →