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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Harris v. HEALTH CARE AUTHORITY

On February 10, 2005, Harris was admitted to Huntsville Hospital after he lost consciousness at his home. Dr. Solliday diagnosed Harris with possible delirium tremens [1] and prescribed and administered Ativan, a mild tranquilizer and antianxiety medicine, as treatment for ...

Giles v. Brookwood Health Services, Inc.

... The plaintiff must also "prove by expert testimony that the physician breached the standard of care and by the breach proximately caused the plaintiff's injury." University of Alabama Health Servs. Found. v. Bush, 638 So.2d 794, 798 (Ala.1994). ...

Crosslin v. Health Care Auth. of Huntsville

On February 23, 2002, Crosslin presented himself at the emergency room at Huntsville Hospital complaining of nausea, dizziness, and weakness. Dr. Calvert evaluated Crosslin and ordered a CT scan of Crosslin's head, an electrocardiogram, a chest X-ray, and a blood count. The ...