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7th Circuit Affirms Discharged Railroad Worker’s Injury LawsuitBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 15, 2018The court sided with railroad workers in their case against a railroad company for injuries caused by locomotive equipment.Expert Limited from Testifying because of Discovery Rules ViolationsBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 15, 2018The court sided with the defendants due to a history of failing to provide information in a timely manner.Indiana Court of Appeals Approves Med-Mal Venue Switch to Monroe CountyBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 14, 2018Ind. Code § 23-0.5-4-12 states that trials can be moved to counties in which the greater number of defendants reside.Judge Rejects Request to Lower $15M Med-Mal Jury AwardBy Jack H. FarnbauchNovember 13, 2018The defendants in the medical malpractice case will be liable to pay the $15M award.Three Nearly Identical Med Mal Cases Thrown Out for Missing Statute of LimitationsBy Jack H. FarnbauchOctober 30, 2018It took over seven years for representatives to file medical malpractice complaints.Washington Post Details Former Model Infested with Scabies in Nursing HomeBy Jack H. FarnbauchOctober 29, 2018After being admitted to a nursing home, Rebecca Zeni suffered multiple scabies outbreaks before her death in 2015. State Farm Conspires to Funnel Money to State Supreme Court CandidateBy Jack H. FarnbauchOctober 5, 2018State Farm settled for $250 million for funneling money to a then Illinois Supreme Court Candidate.Woman Files Medical Malpractice Case for Failure to Recognize 50 Pound CystBy Jack H. FarnbauchOctober 4, 2018Four doctors failed to identify a large mass growing in Kayla Rahn's ovary.Emergency Rooms Across the Country Running Out of Vital DrugsBy Jack H. FarnbauchOctober 3, 2018Summer is the busiest season for emergency room visits which has led to a widespread shortage of essential medications, including morphine.Misread CT Scan Leads to $15 Million VerdictBy Jack H. FarnbauchOctober 2, 2018After an imaging center failed to recognize a tumor for nearly 18 months, severely limiting Courtney Webster's chance of surviving cancer.