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FDA Hiding Reports of Defective Medical Devices from Doctors

By Masterson, Hoag & Smith, P.A. |

When Dr. Douglas Kwazneski was helping a fellow surgeon remove an appendix, something went wrong with the medical stapler he was using. The device locked up. Instead of sealing and cauterizing the wound, Kwazneski was unable to get the device to function properly. Later, he looked up the make and model of the device… Read More »

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Federal Investigation Reveals Serious Problems at All Children’s Hospital

By Masterson, Hoag & Smith, P.A. |

Federal authorities have rebuked Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital after a report was released illustrating serious problems within the executive hierarchy. Essentially, Johns Hopkins fell prey to an administrative no-no in which all decision-making power was consolidated in the hands of a small group of people. Although hospital staff raised a series of concerns… Read More »

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Fertility Clinic Mishap Fuzzies Edges of Wrongful Death and Property Torts

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The University Hospital Fertility Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio is facing multiple lawsuits after their refrigeration unit failed destroying thousands of human embryos. According to reports, the temperature in the storage unit began to rise and an internal alarm system never activated. It was later revealed that someone had turned the alarm system off. Now… Read More »

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Wes Smith and Greg Hoag join Florida Supreme Court Justice Alan Lawson at the St. Petersburg Bar Association membership luncheon on April 5, 2019.

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All Children’s Acknowledges 13 Patients Injured by Heart Program

By Masterson, Hoag & Smith, P.A. |

After conducting an internal investigation, Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital acknowledged that 13 of their patients were injured while being treated at their hospital. Although each of these cases should have been reported immediately to authorities, none of them were reported until news broke about the heart surgery program’s problems. In a candid town… Read More »

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