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FDA Announces a Class 1 Recall of Defective Johnson & Johnson Surgical Staplers

Johnson & Johnson unit Ethicon has recalled its Endo-Surgery Curved Intraluminal Stapler with Adjustable Height Staples due to a defect that may result in potential failure and misfiring. The U.S. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has labeled the recall as Class 1, the most serious possible recall. Here, the product liability attorneys at Sullivan,…

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Eleni Coffinas Interview on CUTV News Radio

Eleni Coffinas, SPBMC member and experienced medical malpractice trial advocate, was interviewed by Doug Lou Ellen and Jim Masters on CUTV news radio on April 2nd and 9th. The interview covered medical malpractice, particularly delayed cancer diagnosis, and how victims can seek justice when they are harmed by the negligence of a medical professional. When…

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Can I File Dental Malpractice?

Dental care is an important part of maintaining your overall health. For the most part, good dental care involves obtaining regular cleanings, x-rays, and promoting quality brushing and flossing techniques at home. Sometimes, however, dental care becomes a bit more serious, including more involved techniques such as tooth extraction and cavity filling, or oral surgery…

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SPBMC Obtains a $9.7 Million Verdict in a Medical Malpractice Case Against a Hospital in Brooklyn

After a three-week trial, a Brooklyn jury has awarded $9.7 million to the two children of a 33-year-old woman who bled to death in Wyckoff Hospital. We proved that several doctors practicing at the hospital had examined her when she was admitted for a cesarean section to give birth to her second child. Several hours…

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Failure To Check Patient’s Name And Date Of Birth Results In Death And A $550,000.00 Settlement

Medical Malpractice attorney, Elizabeth Montesano, Esq., represented the four adult children of a 54-year-old man who died because of an egregious medical error when two different medical facilities failed to confirm his identity before administering an unnecessary dialysis treatment. Despite a number of medical conditions, the decedent maintained an independent and active lifestyle and was…

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