Stefan Konasiewicz, MD a former neurosurgeon at St. Luke's Hospital in Duluth, settled his eighth medical malpractice case out of court with settlement terms undisclosed, according to a Duluth News Tribune report.
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Spine surgeon Ramon Mabasa, MD, and New Milford Hospital, have reached a $5.25 million settlement in a malpractice lawsuit brought by a former patient who had her leg amputated after experiencing complications associated with her spine surgery, according to a News Times report.
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The Georgia Supreme Court recently ruled 4-3 to uphold a law that requires plaintiffs to establish that a physician committed gross negligence in order to receive damages in any malpractice case regarding emergency room care, according to a report by the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
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The members of the Michigan Supreme Court voted 4-3 in support of an order that would change the deadlines for healthcare providers being sued for malpractice, according to a report in the Chicago Tribune.

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Mark B. Kabins, MD, a Las Vegas spine surgeon, has pleaded guilty to "concealing fraud" in an investigation of attorneys who allegedly took kickbacks from physicians for settling malpractice lawsuits, according to a statement from the Justice Department.
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