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Dallas W. Hartman
Pennsylvania & Ohio Personal Injury and Med Mal Attorney.
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Dallas W. Hartman Jul 11
Excellent result for our severely injured client from Mercer County.
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EndDD.org May 30
Parents: We know of devastating stories where children are killed while texting with a family member or parent. The guilt is overwhelming, because the crash could have been prevented with a little planning on both sides.
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Dallas W. Hartman Mar 12
Dallas W. Hartman P.C., Attorneys at Law on
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NBC10 Philadelphia Mar 5
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma is exploring filing for bankruptcy as one of its options to address potentially significant liabilities from thousands of lawsuits alleging the drugmaker contributed to the deadly opioid crisis, a source tells .
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Pennsylvania Capital-Star Mar 5
Pa. Supreme Court case could give guidance on ‘Fair Share Act’: report via
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Fonvielle Lewis Messer McConnaughhay Mar 7
We are excited to sponsor the Tallahassee/Thomasville $5000 Safe Driving Scholarship
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PA Assoc For Justice Feb 9
“In April 2004, The Morning Call exposed as bogus the Medical Society’s yearslong claims that doctors were leaving in droves over malpractice tort issues.” Claims were bogus then, and they’re bogus now.
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ThePopTort Feb 8
New from : "When Negligent Hospitals and Doctors Aren’t Accountable, We All Suffer. Hint: more are injured, and costs go up.
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SmartTalkWITF Feb 13
The number of medical malpractice lawsuits dropped significantly after reforms passed in 2003. Not everyone thinks this is a good thing. Curt Schroder from and Cliff Rieders from join us to discuss
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Legal Intelligencer Jan 25
“Once people actually read the statute, you can see the statute says the insured can purchase, or reject it, and there’s nothing that allows the insurance companies to do what they’re doing. It was a backdoor way to take away what you purchased.”@DialThe8shttp://ow.ly/ncgL30nrs8A
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PA Assoc For Justice Jan 28
This new documentary (link below) comes on the heels of the riveting "Bleed Out," which just aired on HBO. Medical errors are now the third-leading cause of death behind heart disease and cancer.
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PA Assoc For Justice Jan 30
In the ultimate bait-and-switch, P.A. House Republican leadership will today attempt to distract you from an actual crisis: MEDICAL ERROR IS THE THIRD LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH IN THE U.S. I bet that fact does not come up at their press conference! Shame.
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KYW Newsradio Jan 30
. was awarded more than $580,000 in damages and medical expenses on Wednesday in his lawsuit against the neighbor who tackled him and broke several of his ribs in a dispute over lawn maintenance.
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EndDD.org Jan 30
A pretty dark cartoon, but it makes a good point.
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Chandi Chapman Nov 1
An attorney plans on filing a class action lawsuit against UPMC Jameson tomorrow after hundreds of people may have been exposed to unclean probes during ultrasounds.
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh Nov 1
More than 200 UPMC Jameson patients notified about potential exposure from ultrasound probes used in exams
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Dallas W. Hartman Nov 1
Class action lawsuit planned against UPMC Jameson Hospital
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Dallas W. Hartman Nov 1
Jameson contacting patients about a potential exposure from improperly cleaned ultrasound probes
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Cindy Miklos Aug 29
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CJ&D Aug 20
Man dying of cancer says $289M Monsanto verdict not "in vain"
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