Dallas, Texas


Mary Alice McLarty

Lawyer held accountable for his bad conduct

Dr. Andrew Gross, who is a physician/lawyer, and I filed a podiatrist malpractice case on behalf of Brandy Cannon in Dallas in 2007. The case was turned into an acrimonious fight by a junkyard dog…

Jeff Rasansky

Heparin Overdose Leads to Dallas Toddlers Death

Last week, Almariah Duque, was admitted to the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. She was just a toddler, twenty-three months old. It was her second visit to the Medical Center in six months. She…

Jeff Rasansky

What are hypotonic cerebral palsy symptoms?

Having a child is a beautiful and rewarding experience, but that doesn’t make it any less terrifying. A vast array of subtle and possibly harmful diseases or disorders can affect our infants….

Jeff Rasansky

The Power of Apology

One of the first lessons a child learns, after the use of “please” and “thank you” is “I’m sorry.” And in the development of a legal claim,…

Jeff Rasansky

A Few Notes on Medical Mistakes/Medical Malpractice

Medical mistakes occur far too often. Exact estimates are difficult to locate, however, it isn’t surprising when one looks at the medical industry. Their industry is hurting, now more than ever….

Jeff Rasansky

Dallas Malpractice Attorney: Jury Awards $7M In Medical Malpractice Case

A jury has brought back a verdict in a Westchester County Medical Center case, awarding $7 million dollars to a family in a medical malpractice case. Theresa Capwell was a mother of three who…

Jeff Rasansky

Medical Malpractice Attorney in Dallas: What You Should Know

Not everyone can afford to spend dollars on pursuing their cases in courts. However, lack of money should not become a deterrent in getting justice. That’s why there are medical malpractice…

Jeff Rasansky

Man Dies in North Carolina Hospital

A 50-year old patient died in North Carolina after workers left him in a chair for 22 hours. Nobody helped him to the bathroom or even fed him, they just left him there. This case is alarmingly…

Jeff Rasansky

Hospitals Adopting Non-Bill Standards for Medical Errors

Hospitals around the country have come together to say they will no longer bill patients for their medical mistakes. Tennessee is one state out of 23 that has approved the non-payment policies for…

Jeff Rasansky

Patient Safety Errors Kill More Than 238,000

The deaths of 238,337 U.S. Medicare patients from 2004 through 2006 could have potentially been prevented if not for patient safety errors. The total number of deaths among patients who had been…