Nursing Board of State of California v. Nurse C

In 2012, Nurse C was employed by a local surgery center primarily in the role of providing nursing care for post-operative patients.  However, on one occasion she was required to act as a circulating nurse for a case involving a patient who was having ear tubes...

Wagoner v. Arkema, Inc., et al.

The plaintiff was a 74 year old woman who had been diagnosed with mesothelioma, allegedly caused by plaintiff’s exposure to asbestos products while working in dental offices over several decades.  The plaintiff sued our client, a dental products distributor, claiming...

May-McNary v. Dr. M

Plaintiff was a 59 year old woman with a history of severe obesity and multiple other medical conditions, including insulin dependent diabetes. In 2013, she developed gall bladder problems and was referred to Dr. M for surgery.  He took her to surgery and tried to...

Ginnett v. Dr. R

Mr. Pryor represented a physician in a rehabilitation medical center who allegedly failed to detect the onset of paraplegia.  Mr. Pryor presented the court with evidence that the physician’s care was timely and appropriate, and the court rendered judgment on the...

Evans v. Dr. K, Dr. F, and Dr. L

Mr. Pryor and Ms. DeGois represented three primary care physicians.  The patient accused the physicians of misdiagnosing his mental health condition and improperly disclosing his diagnosis to other physicians.  The patient brought claims for medical negligence, fraud,...