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Negligence: Medical Malpractice-Negligent Credentialing

Plaintiff filed a medical-malpractice action against his surgeon, alleging the surgeon caused damage during the surgery. Plaintiff settled with the surgeon and moved to trial against defendant hospital, alleging it negligently granted surgical privileges to the surgeon. The jury returned ...

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Missouri Supreme Court gives second chance to medical-malpractice case

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The Missouri Supreme Court, in a partial reversal of one of its recent opinions, ruled Dec. 10 that the plaintiffs in a medical-malpractice case deserve a new trial. In February, the court threw out a $2.3 million verdict against St. ...

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Missouri Supreme Court hears new arguments in negligent credentialing case

The Missouri Supreme Court is weighing whether the plaintiffs in a medical-malpractice verdict the court overturned earlier this year should get a new trial. The court on Sept. 4 heard a rare second round of arguments in the case. In ...

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