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January 2013 Archives

Girlfriend of NJ teen shot by police files wrongful death suit

The girlfriend of a 19-year old man shot to death by Bergen County, New Jersey police has filed a federal wrongful death suit against the police department in Newark. The wrongful death suit alleges the police resorted to deadly force without justification or provocation.

New Jersey doctor has license revoked after ignoring restrictions

Recently, the New Jersey Board of Medical Examiners revoked the license of a Passaic County physician after it found that he had disregarded restrictions on his license. The doctor worked at a spine rehabilitation center, where he performed pre-anesthesia assessments for patients and follow-up consultations with surgery patients. However, both activities were prohibited by restrictions placed on his license due to medical malpractice payments made on his behalf in two cases. He was then ordered to undergo an evaluation, and was prohibited from providing direct medical care or prescribing medications.

New Jersey man convicted of killing cop in DUI accident

A 30-year old man from Howell, New Jersey recently pled guilty to aggravated manslaughter in a case where he crashed into a marked police vehicle while intoxicated, killing a police officer. The car accident occurred in October of 2011, when the man lost control of his vehicle while driving intoxicated along the I-80 highway. The officer inside the car died of injuries sustained from the accident.

Surgery mistakes that should "never" happen continue to occur

It may not always be an easy decision to undergo surgery. But patients in New Jersey likely turn to the advice of a doctor or medical professional and trust them when surgery is recommended. For the most part, this trust is well founded but there continue to be instances of negligence. Medical malpractice is especially frustrating when it stems from so-called "never" events, meaning mistakes that should never ever happen.

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