LONDON (CBSDC) — A British man is suing a hospital after surgeons removed the wrong testicle during cancer surgery.
The U.K. Metro reports doctors realized the mistake about 40 minutes after the initial surgery and tried to correct the mistake in an emergency procedure to no avail.
“The matter is in the hands of my solicitor,” the unnamed man said. “She is about to issue proceedings now.”
The War has started people. We setup this Facebook page just over a week ago.
anyone that has a page please add yourself as friends. I will travel to Limerick over the coming days and will report back with videos of the situation.
Seamus Sherlock is getting victimised because he stood up before. And is now going to be an example to Ireland that this is what we do. If you do [...]
Petras Lescinskas, 36, made offensive gestures during London 2012 match between Lithuania and Nigeria
He said such behaviour was acceptable in Lithuania and he’d done it before
‘Your behaviour was despicable,’ district judge tells him
A Lithuanian accountant who made Nazi salutes and aimed monkey chants at black players during an Olympic basketball match has insisted such behaviour is acceptable in his home country.
Petras Lescinskas, 36, has been fined £2,500 after he was [...]
Union workers in the Sharpsville Area School District cafeteria were the victors in a dispute with the school over what they could, and could not eat.
Members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees filed the grievance in 2011, according to the settlement which was approved by a unanimous vote of the school board May 21.
The board’s solicitor Bob Tesone approved the release of a copy of [...]
McNally: clarified situation on solicitor-to-solicitor referrals
The government is to consider tightening up the ban on referral fees in personal injury and also introducing statutory regulation of third-party litigation funding, it confirmed yesterday.
While rejecting calls to exempt charities and trade unions from the ban, justice minister Lord McNally told the House of Lords that the government would scrutinise amendments laid by solicitor Lord Hunt of Wirral, who told peers that “there [...]