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Lack of Working Surgical Equipment Left Patient in Vegetative State, Attorney Says as Med Mal Trial Opens Against Hospital
Mar 24, 2017

A Florida woman was left in a permanent vegetative state because a hospital’s operating room lacked the necessary equipment to treat her brain bleed, an attorney for the woman’s guardian told jurors as trial opened Wednesday against the hospital.

Trio of Tobacco Companies Accused of Responsibility for Woman's Fatal Cancer, as Trial Begins
Mar 24, 2017

A woman’s hopeless addiction to cigarettes was driven by tobacco deceit that led to her fatal lung cancer, an attorney for the woman’s widower said during Tuesday's openings of a rare Florida state court trial against three of the nation’s four largest ci

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