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Medical malpractice

Jun 2, 2011

2010AP258 Weborg, et al. v. Jenny, et al.

Torts Medical malpractice; collateral source rule; alternative treatments; jury instructions Theresa Weborg and her children, who are the surviving spouse and children of William Weborg, appeal judgments finding in favor of Dr. Joseph Rebhan, Dr. Donald Jenny and Dr. Erik Borgnes on the Weborgs’ medical malpractice actions against them. The Weborgs contend they are entitled […]

Apr 28, 2011

2009AP3133 Rubedor v. Kopp

Torts Medical malpractice; informed consent Ty Rubedor appeals a judgment and order following a jury verdict finding in favor of Dr. Douglas Kopp on Rubedor’s claim that Dr. Kopp failed to adequately obtain his informed consent prior to performing a medical procedure on his heart. Rubedor contends that the circuit court erred in limiting the […]

Apr 6, 2011

2010AP1021 Zavala McDaniel, et al. v. Aldrich, et al.

Torts Medical malpractice; negligence; causation; damages Peri Aldrich, M.D., and her employer, Bellin Health Systems, Inc., are co-appellants in this wrongful death medical malpractice case. A jury found them causally negligent in the death of Gustavo Espinal-Santos, who was treated at a Bellin clinic by two Physician Assistants (P.A.s) under Dr. Aldrich’s supervision. Dr. Aldrich […]

Nov 10, 2010

2009AP2597 Loper v. Dr. Ashok Kumar, et al.

Torts Medical malpractice In this medical malpractice action, Floyd Loper appeals from an order denying his motion to withdraw admissions and granting summary judgment to Ashok Kumar, M.D., and the Injured Patients and Families Compensation Fund (“the Fund”). Seeing no error, we affirm. This opinion will not be published. 2009AP2597 Loper v. Dr. Ashok Kumar, […]

Oct 19, 2010

2008AP3138 Miller v. Valley Orthopaedics Ltd., et al.

Torts Medical malpractice; informed consent Dr. Mark Wikenheiser, the Medical Protective Company, and the Wisconsin Patient Compensation Fund (Wikenheiser) appeal an order granting Michael and Michelle Miller’s post-trial motions. Wikenheiser argues the trial court erred by (1) finding there was no credible evidence to support the jury’s determination that Wikenheiser provided sufficie[...]


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