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Plaintiff May Add ‘Informed Consent’ Claim (access required)

A Roanoke City Circuit Court says a plaintiff who alleges defendant was negligent in performing vascular surgery on her right thigh five years earlier may amend her complaint to allege defendant failed to obtain informed consent, as that claim relates ...

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Plaintiff Meets Pre-Filing Review Requirement (access required)

In a plaintiff’s suit alleging medical malpractice by three North Carolina ophthalmologists who provided intra-operative and post-operative care in her cataract treatment, the Danville U.S. District Court says plaintiff has satisfied a North Carolina requirement for pre-filing review by an ...

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