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Update on Memorial Cases:Motion for Punitive Damages filed in Chandler case

A motion was filed in the matter of George Clay Chandler v. Memorial Hospital Jacksonville, et. al. seeking punitive damages on Mr. Chandler’s behalf. The evidence filed shows that in 2008 and early 2010 Memorial Hospital was cited by AHCA for deficiencies in its care of patients and particularly for numerous failures relating to nursing and wound care.

Hospital ER's negligence leads to nurse's disfigurement

A local 39-year-old mother of two lost both legs, all of her fingers on both hands and suffered disfiguring injuries to her face.  Jean Law can no longer live any part of the life she had before she sought treatment this past February from the ER at Baptist Hospital South.  She suffered a high fever, […]