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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) July 21, 2015 – Benjamin B. Reade Sr., an AndroGel user, died of a fatal heart attack possibly linked to a defective testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) product. The wrongful death lawsuit, filed by widow Laura Reade, is part of a much larger litigation effort involving over 1,000 cases being heard in Illinois dealing with alleged defective product AndroGel TRT, made by AbbeVille. The lawsuit, like others of its kind, seeks compensation for loss of consortium, companionship, income, wrongful death and a number of other allegations dealing with the supposition that TRT caused serious heart conditions […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) July 15, 2015 – The sudden death of 93-year-old Harriet Randel was thought to be simply the result of old age. An anonymous letter received by the victim’s family suggests that was not the case. Harriet Randel was living at the Palm Village Retirement Community in Reedley, California, before she died in the ICU in November 2014. On the day of Randel’s burial, the family received a shocking letter in the mail. “Randel’s son, Terry Anderson, was tremendously shocked by the information it contained,” said Litigation Funding Corporation representative, Daren Monroe. The family took Randel’s […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) May 4, 2015 – Going to court does not always mean the named defendant participates in the civil trial. Ciara Byers initially faced charges of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of marijuana, causing death. She chose to plead guilty in the deaths of a husband and wife, Robert and Susan Kammeraad, and faces up to 15 years in jail. The Kammeraads’ son filed a civil wrongful death lawsuit and has been trying to get the case to move forward. However, that has been difficult, as the defendant is not responding to any notices. […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) April 15, 2015 – Two bar owners who regularly drank to excess at their establishment created an atmosphere where staff was afraid to call them on it or to stop them from drinking, leading to a fatal accident. “By not stopping the one co-owner of the bar called JR’s Pub of Goose Creek (the Pub), John Haynes, Jr., drove while inebriated and ultimately killed Jane Tee, broadsiding the Tee’s vehicle in an intersection and pushing it hundreds of feet down the road,” outlined Daren Monroe, Michigan-based Litigation Funding Corporation representative. The accident took place in […]


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Sacramento, CA (Law Firm Newswire) April 8, 2015 – Despite years of education about sexual harassment in the workplace, very few employees who experience such a situation are prepared to deal with it. Sexual harassment is alive and well. Being aware of workers’ rights and knowing what to do when they are violated is essential. It is always a wise move to read an employer’s handbook, but one should also be aware that the law may be different than company policy. It is interesting to note that harassment is not addressed specifically in Title VII. In fact, that particular section […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) April 3, 2015 – Alix Rice’s death remains shrouded in mystery almost 4 years after DWI driver Dr. James Corasanti hit her on his way home from a golfing event in 2011. “The driver in this case, Dr. James Corasanti, was acquitted in 2012 of manslaughter, evidence tampering and leaving the scene of an accident,” explains Michigan-based Litigation Funding Corporation representative, Daren Monroe, “but was convicted of misdemeanor drunken driving and served eight months of a one year sentence in jail for this accident.” According to the civil trial evidence, Alix Rice was skateboarding on […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) March 23, 2015 – In 2013, a Valdosta, Ga. teen died by asphyxiation, found upside down in a rolled up gym mat where he was supposedly trying to get a shoe that had fallen into the mat. His parents suggested the 17-year-old was murdered. The statement of claim suggests there was a conspiracy to cover up their son’s death involving many high-ranking authorities, including the local school superintendent, the chief of police, numerous deputies and sheriff’s investigators, the state medical examiner responsible for the autopsy and several Georgia Bureau of Investigation officials, including the director. […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) March 16, 2015 – The family of a 24-year-old shot by police allege he had his hands up in the air saying ‘don’t shoot’ when he was shot to death.Fifty-five train passengers were injured as a result of a collision on a heavily trafficked North Carolina track. On its way from North Carolina to New Jersey on March 9, the 127-ton tractor-trailer was so big that it was forced to take back roads in order to avoid the overpasses on Interstate 95 it could not clear. The circuitous route allowed the giant commercial vehicle to […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) February 12, 2015 – Amanda Zornes apparently did not have time to hit her brakes before running into the backside of a flatbed truck and trailer unit slowing down on I-77. “The dump truck on I-77 was slowing down, but it appears that Amanda Zornes did not see that in time to apply her brakes,” indicates Daren Monroe, a representative for Litigation Funding Corporation, Michigan. “She ran into the backside end of the tractor-trailer flatbed the truck was hauling. She was doing the speed limit, which was 60 mph.” Zornes was trapped in the car […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) February 5, 2015 – When people go to the hospital, they expect to leave alive, not die as a result of being given the wrong medication. “Robert Athey lived in a nursing home until he was taken to the O’Bleness Memorial Hospital E.R. complaining of shortness of breath and suffering from an accumulation of fluid between the lining of the abdominal organs and the abdomen,” says Daren Monroe, a Litigation Funding Corporation representative located in Michigan. While waiting in the E.R., the attending physician ordered several drugs to be administered, including Rocephin. Rocephin is a […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) January 14, 2015 – A casino continually served drinks to a severely inebriated patron, leading him to fall off the bar stool, and irreparably damage his spinal cord. “Apparently Kenneth Sanders was extremely intoxicated the night he fell off his bar stool at a local casino. Despite clear evidence that he was obviously and clearly drunk and known by staff to be an alcoholic, they kept serving him drinks. He became so inebriated he fell off his bar stool and severely injured his neck,” recounted Daren Monroe, Litigation Funding Corporation representative. The injury was so […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) January 7, 2015 – A young football player, tackled by three others during a game, received head, hip and leg injuries in November 2014. The high schooler, from Gretna, LA., alleges that despite the fact he was knocked out, he was discharged from the local hospital with only pain medication and crutches. Layne Punch arrived at the hospital and was diagnosed with a hip contusion and concussion. He expected that the medical personnel would do something to check out his concussion, particularly since he lost consciousness during the game. That did not happen. “Punch returned […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) December 16 , 2014 – A white 2003 Ford Ranger, driven by 29-year-old Daniel Gentry, allegedly caused two serious accidents in two different locations in Richmond County, Georgia. “Multiple-injury accidents are not uncommon for law enforcement. This story spun out in two different locations and caused serious harm to a number of innocent drivers who were in the wrong place at the wrong time,” explained Litigation Funding Corporation representative Daren Monroe. The first accident was called in as a hit-and-run, with eyewitnesses indicating that the driver fled the scene at a high rate of speed. […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) December 9 , 2014 – A hit-and-run driver was apprehended less than an hour after fleeing the scene of a fatal accident. “Donald Mooney of Port Washington merely stepped away from his job as a dispatcher to get a cup of coffee across the street from where he worked. A 2010 Ford Fusion hit him on the way to the coffee shop. The driver of that vehicle, 34-year-old Cosmin Florea, was later apprehended by police,” explained Daren Monroe, Litigation Funding Corporation representative. Although Mr. Mooney made it to the hospital alive, he died while in […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) November 26, 2014 – A delayed CT scan left a woman with acute respiratory distress syndrome. “Victoria Stampler suffered from incredible abdominal pain in 2009. On treatment at the hospital, she underwent two different surgeries, one of which was a partial hysterectomy. Neither operation was successful in terms of alleviating her pain,” said Daren Monroe, a representative for Litigation Funding Corporation. Her surgeon, Dr. Michael Draznik, did not order a CT scan despite indications she had a punctured bowel. The lack of scan results allegedly caused Stampler’s delayed diagnosis. A scan was finally done when […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) November 26, 2014 – Edward Hines was told he was cancer-free after an operation to remove a bladder tumor. His pathology report showed evidence of cancer, but he was not advised of the results. Hines’ daughter filed a medical malpractice lawsuit after her father’s death, alleging that the physician, Dr. Alan Sadah, did not tell her father he had bladder cancer despite what the pathology results showed. Not until a year later, when Hines went to another doctor, did he discover that he had invasive bladder cancer. Hines attempted a treatment regime and had his […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) October 29, 2014 – In May 2012, the parents of a baby girl born February 2010 filed a medical malpractice against Spectrum Health’s Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan. “The Gort family alleged that air was introduced into their child’s IV line during a jaundice exchange transfusion,” explained Daren Monroe, a Litigation Funding Corporation representative. The air in the IV line caused loss of oxygen and blood to the brain. The toddler subsequently sustained a severe brain injury. The hospital admitted there was negligence involved in this case and that it was responsible […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) October 22, 2014 – A doctor misdiagnosed a serious sinus condition as an allergy reaction. The misdiagnosis resulted in extensive surgery. “The plaintiff in this case, Shannon Jones, went to the hospital to see a doctor about her swollen left eye and the increasing sense of pressure she felt on the left side of her head,” said Litigation Funding representative Daren Monroe. “At her first visit to the hospital, she told the doctor that she did not have allergies.” After the doctor examined Jones, she was diagnosed with angioedema and sent home with a prescription […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) September 30, 2014 – A misread x-ray left a Boston woman dead from lung cancer.  “According to the statement of claim filed for this case, Jeanne Ellis presented to the Brigham emergency room in October of 2006 with a nagging cough,” explained Litigation Funding Corporation representative Daren Monroe. “A chest x-ray was ordered and completed by Dr. Peter Clarke.”  Ellis’ radiologist missed signs of cancer in her chest radiograph. Clarke analyzed the x-ray to conclude that Ellis had an upper respiratory infection. She was sent home with antibiotics. Thirteen months passed, and the plaintiff’s symptoms […]


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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) September 26, 2014 – Russell Means’ cancer was allegedly misdiagnosed prior to his death. “American Indian activist Russell Means died of cancer in 2012. His wife has now filed a medical malpractice lawsuit, suggesting that his cancer was misdiagnosed. Court records indicate that the medical facility missed signs of esophageal cancer when Means first went for treatment in 2011,” explained Daren Monroe, a Litigation Funding Corporation representative. According to the statement of claim, Mrs. Means was told that her husband tested negative for cancer and that he may be suffering from an enlarged tonsil — […]


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