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Sweeney Law FirmIndiana Court of Appeals Rejects Woman’s Claim of Continuing WrongBy Jack H. FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017Sweeney Law FirmClaims Not Brought Before Medical Review PanelBy Jack H. FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017Surgical team operates on patientStronger Malpractice Laws May Not Prevent Surgical ComplicationsBy Jack H. FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017In states where doctors faced greater risk from malpractice claims, patients were actually MORE likely to develop life-threatening infections, the study found.City May Be Liable for Causing Traffic Accident for Blocked Stop SignCity May Be Liable for Causing Traffic Accident for Blocked Stop SignBy Jack H. FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017In May of 2011, in Findlay, Ohio, Jill Stevenson failed to stop at a stop sign at an intersection and collided with Gary Bibler, another motorist. Sweeney Law FirmTips for Visiting Walk-In Medical ClinicsBy Jack H. FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017Sweeney Law FirmMalpractice Premiums Trail Inflation for Many PhysiciansBy Jack H. FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017Sweeney Law FirmSurgeon Faces Charges After Spree of Injured Spine Surgery PatientsBy Jack H. FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017Crashes Were Up in 2016 Compared to 2015Crashes Were Up in 2016 Compared to 2015By Jack H. FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017A statistical projection of traffic fatalities for the first 9 months of 2016 shows that an estimated 27,875 people died in motor vehicle traffic crashes.Large Nursing Home SuedLarge Nursing Home Chain Being Sued for Continued Understaffing and Other AbusesBy Jack H, FarnbauchFebruary 27, 2017One of the nation’s largest nursing home groups, the Preferred Care Partners Management Group is facing a lawsuit filed by...Opioid PainkillersOpioid Painkillers for Recovering Surgery Patients Resulting in Deaths and Serious InjuriesBy Jack FarnbauchJanuary 17, 2017An alarming trend in hospitals is starting nationwide. Research by some of the nation's most respected physicians is indicating an increase in...