13 Aug Virginia: Medical Malpractice – a Lawyer’s Drugs
Trial is the monthly journal of American Association for Justice (“AAJ”), formerly American Trial Lawyers Association (“ATLA”). AAJ’s August 2014 issue of Trial is entitled “Drugs & Devices”.
Trial’s lead drug/pharma articles for special cases of product liability are: “Unearth Design Control EVIDENCE,” id. at 14-20; “Brand Name LIABILITY for Inadequate Drug Labels,” id. at 22-24; “MER 29: Looking Back at the First Mass Tort Drug Case,” id. at 26-29; and “A New Game Plan in Pharma Cases”. Id. at 36-40. Mr. Waterman’s law firm has handled multi-claimant product liability litigation against drug manufactures, and currently is handling multi-district litigation for prosthetic devices, i.e., hip implants.
Trial’s August issue also features a pair of related medical malpractice articles: “SEARCHING FOR THE SOURCE OF MEDIATION ERRORS,” id. at 30-36; and “How to Harness the LOST-CHANCE DOCTRINE”. Id. at 42-46. Additionally, in its “Verdicts & Settlements,” Trial reports “Failure to Timely Diagnose Peritonitis” under “MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE,” a $5,000,000.00 Massachusetts settlement for a wrongful death.
Mr. Waterman handles medical malpractice, vehicle accident, and other cases of wrongful death, brain injury, and other personal injury. He has been a member of AAJ/ATLA for decades.
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