An infant boy is left for dead in his swing for several days. His parents are to blame, according to prosecutors.
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The pharmaceutical industry tries to deflect blame for increasing list prices on vital medications such as insulin.
A Chicago judge has given the go-ahead to a class-action filed on behalf of Ulta customers claiming the company sold used cosmetics.
As the Insys trial continues, jurors hear testimony from a former call center manager who claims employees were instructed to lie to insurers to win approval of Subsys.
Veterans Affiars is unable to dismiss a case involving a therapist-client relationship that is contends was personal.
A young woman’s family is set to receive nearly $14 million after an elective heart stent replacement surgery led to a stroke and cognitive impairment.
Renowned Massachusetts psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow has been accused by several patients and former staff members of sexual harassment and coerced sexual relationships.
Widow of Army vet is ready to sue over her husband’s missed stomach cancer, but the Feres Doctrine will likely ensure her case never makes it to trial.
An exonerated prisoner who was wrongfully convicted and spent almost four decades behind bars will receive $21 million in settlement funds.
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