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Prison Physician Assistant Not Liable at Trial

A pro se prisoner alleged that our physician assistant client was deliberately indifferent to “broken hand symptoms” when treating a bite wound on the prisoner’s hand. The physician assistant saw the prisoner again at a later date, at which time the prisoner complained of ongoing pain. The physician assistant ordered an x-ray, which revealed a fracture.

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Jail Nurse Dismissed on Initial Motion

A prisoner sued several corrections personnel and a nurse for deliberate indifference to serious medical needs. At the time of detention, the prisoner was suffering from withdrawal symptoms and while detoxing, fell and injured her head.

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Medical Professionals Sued for Indifference to Medical Needs are Vindicated

The decedent suffered from end-stage liver disease (ESLD) and several related complications of the disease. Several years after failing Hepatitis-C treatment, the decedent developed esophageal varices that required ligation banding on two separate occasions. The decedent suffered from end-stage liver disease (ESLD) and several related complications of the disease.

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