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UVa nurses don’t get immunity (access required)

Nurses in a University of Virginia Medical Center neonatal intensive care unit do not have the protection of sovereign immunity from the $2-million claim of a newborn who lost an arm allegedly as a result of an improperly placed catheter line, according to a Charlottesville circuit judge. Judge Edward L. Hogshire’s decision is the latest in ...

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