The United States has filed several recent lawsuit cases against various medical professionals, including Randall Whitney, a doctor who has been a target of numerous suits. In 2011, he was awarded $36.7 million for his role in a botched abortion. However, a few months after winning the multi-million-dollar lawsuit, Whitney filed for bankruptcy. Meanwhile, the Orlando Women’s Center and James Pendergraft are also targets of plaintiffs.
These two lawsuits have a very interesting twist.
One of the defendants, the Florida-based company Innovative biodefense, has been accused of extortion. It was also accused of false advertising. In the Orlando Women’s Center, a man named Randall Whitney was on duty at the time of the incident. After the incident, the doctors at the clinic were arrested for aggravated battery, but this charge was later dropped.
The Orlando Women’s Center is another example of a recent lawsuit case. Carol Howard went to the center to have an abortion, but her doctor, Randall Whitney, was on duty when the procedure occurred. She later gave birth to a baby girl with massive defects. In response, Carol files a civil lawsuit against Whitney. In the meantime, Whitney was arrested for aggravated battery at the Orlando Women’s Centre and was subsequently convicted of the crime.
Vivint Smart Home was also the subject of a recent lawsuit case.
The Utah-based company offered a variety of services and products for an inflated fee. It advertised itself as an attorney-based company that negotiated favorable credit card settlements. In return, clients made monthly payments, expecting the money to go towards the settlements. But instead, the defendants pocketed the first six months of the payments and extorted more money as undisclosed up-front fees.
Vivint Smart Home has been sued by the United States in a pre-settled complaint. The company sells smart home monitoring products and services on commission. However, their sales representatives are paid on commission and use door-to-door sales tactics to sell their products and services. The case was settled, but it is worth noting that the defendants’ actions violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act, Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act, and other laws.
The Orlando Women’s Center was the scene of another recent lawsuit case.
In this case, Carol Howard went to an abortion clinic to have her baby aborted. During her procedure, she was accompanied by an abortionist. After the procedure, the baby girl was born alive and survived, but she had many birth defects. Because of this, she filed a civil lawsuit against the doctor. In addition to this, Whitney was also arrested and charged with aggravated battery, but he did not face any charges.
In Florida, the Consumer Protection Branch filed a pre-settled lawsuit against Vivint Smart Home. The company uses door-to-door sales tactics to sell its products. The company also sold false debts. The court found that the companies had violated Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act. A permanent injunction was issued in this lawsuit. It bans the advertising of psychic services. It was won by the plaintiffs in the Orlando Women’s Center.
In Florida, Carol Howard went to an abortion clinic to have her baby.
The doctor, Randall Whitney, was on duty. Afterward, she delivered the baby alive at a local hospital. The child, however, survived with massive birth defects. She files a civil lawsuit against Whitney, and he was arrested. In the same case, the hospital was also accused of assault and battery. The judge ruled that the defendants violated the law.
The FDA has also sued the company that dispensed a controlled substance. This case claims that the pharmacists failed to follow their own rules and knowingly issued dangerous prescriptions. It is important to read the fine print of any lawsuit before filing one. Moreover, it is vital to be aware of the limitations of a lawsuit. It is not uncommon for a lawyer to lose their license for a simple error. A lawyer can help you with any type of injury case.
In the United States, a federal judge ruled against the Genesis II Church of Health and Healing in a lawsuit involving an asbestos-related medical product. The church’s principals were exposed to asbestos and their homes were damaged. Their lawyers are fighting the manufacturer for causing cancer. While the case may be unrelated to religion, the case illustrates the importance of the law in the United States. The court has also ruled that a business that sells a dangerous product can be held liable for damages.