An infant injured at birth at a federally funded health care facility in Illinois reached a $1 million settlement with the U.S. government, according to his attorneys. Rachel Roman and David Zevan of Zevan Davidson Roman in St. Louis said ...Read More »
Where a man, who was severely injured while working in a gravel mine, sued the United States under the Federal Tort Claims Act alleging that his injuries were caused in part by a federal mine inspector’s inadequate inspection, the discretionary-function ...Read More »
A federal appeals court has partially revived a lawsuit a Clarksdale man filed against the federal government following a mine accident that left the man quadriplegic.Read More »
A Camdenton couple has reached a $5.1 million settlement in their case against the U.S. government for a birth injury that occurred at a federally funded clinic. The couple, Jamie and Nathan Searcy, filed suit in 2016 in the U.S. ...
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Plaintiffs appealed from the dismissal of their action brought pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §1346(b) and the Federal Tort Claims Act against three agencies within the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Plaintiffs further appealed from the district court judge’s denial of their ...Read More »
The family of a St. Louis woman who died at a local hospital five days after giving birth has settled a medical malpractice claim for $350,000 after suing the federal government, which funds the nonprofit health care center where the woman’s physician works.Read More »