A Munster cardiologist is being sued by two former patients who claim he performed unnecessary surgeries using improper devices and was not qualified to do the work.
Nearly a decade's worth of civil lawsuits against Merrillville's infamous "Nose Doc" netted malpractice victims a collective $66 million in 2013. But neither the former doctor nor his insurance company will pay the lion's share.
CROWN POINT | Nearly 300 patients of former Merrillville sinus doctor Mark Weinberger are collectively set to receive a $55 million settlement for malpractice claims, attorneys in the case announced Monday.
In response to Patrick Bankston's column regarding malpractice lawsuits and the anticipated shortage of doctors, I would like to remind Bankston that for more than a century the American Medical Association has influenced Congress to maintain an artificial shortage of doctors.
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of a doctor's medical malpractice insurance company Monday, sending the case back to district court.
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