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Case Types: Government - Municipalities | Medical Malpractice - Nurse | Government - Emergency Response | Worker/Workplace Negligence - Ambulance/Emergency Medical Services 

Case: Tiffany Applewhite, an Infant Under the Age of Fourteen Years by Her m/n/g, Samantha Applewhite and Samantha Applewhite, Indv. v. AccuHealth Inc., Linda Russo, R.N., Emergency Medical Service and City N.Y.

State: NY

Date: 2014-05-28

Experts: Kevin R. Brown M.D. (Carmel, NY) Emergency Medicine

Summary: On Feb. 21, 1998, plaintiff Tiffany Applewhite, 12, underwent intravenous administration of a corticosteroid, methylprednisolone. The medication was administered by a nurse, Linda Russo, who was visi...

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Case Types: Wrongful Death -  | Government - Police | Civil Rights - 42 USC 1983 | Civil Rights - Unlawful Arrest | Government - False Imprisonment | Civil Rights - Police as Defendant | Government - Negligent Supervision | Constitutional Law - Search and Seizure | Intentional Torts - Malicious Prosecution | Worker/Workplace Negligence - Negligent Training 

Case: Dolores M. Rose, individually and as administratrix for the Estate of Edward M. Rose III, deceased v. Barrett Township; Barrett Township Police Department, individually and as an agent of Barrett Township; Larry Raisner, individually, and as agents of Barret Township and/or Barrett Township Police Department; Roger Burns, individually and as agents of Barrett Township and/or Barrett Township Police Department; and Barrett Township Volunteer Ambulance Corps Inc.

State: PA

Date: 2013-07-25

Experts: Kevin R. Brown M.D. (Sleepy Hollow, NY) Emergency Medicine

Summary: On Aug. 17, 2007, at around 11:00 p.m., plaintiff's decedent Edward Rose, 65, was operating a pickup truck southbound on Pennsylvania Route 191 in Barrett Township when he was pulled over by township...

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Case Types: Wrongful Death - Survival Damages | Medical Malpractice - Failure to Transfer | Worker/Workplace Negligence - Ambulance/Emergency Medical Services 

Case: Lola Smith, individually and on behalf of Kenneth Motes, a minor, Franklin Smith, a minor, and William Smith, deceased v. The City of Chicago, the Chicago Fire Department, Sara Guth and John Hernandez

State: IL

Date: 2011-06-16

Experts: Kevin Brown M.D. (New York, NY) Emergency Medicine

Summary: On Sept. 20, 2000, plaintiffs' decedent William Smith, age 3, experienced an asthma attack. His babysitter telephoned 911 and requested an ambulance from the Chicago Fire Department. The department r...