After struggling to conceive a child a couple went to a fertility clinic for treatment. Two months later the wife was implanted with a set of embryos. But just two days after the procedure, on a SUNDAY while she was on ordered on complete bed rest, she says she got a call from the doctor telling her to come into the office immediately .
When she got to the office she had a disturbing conversation with a nurse who said she came in to check on the couple’s remaining embryos on Saturday and found that all 14 original eggs were still in the petri dish. Who’s eggs had in fact had she been implanted with? Without any explanation the doctor said he wanted to check in on how the embryos were doing. However, the claimant believes she actually underwent a very painful dilation and curettage procedure – a scraping of the cervix which is the most common method used in first term abortions. She was told to come in the next day to receive an injection of a drug that would stop some of her bleeding, but she later found out that what she really received was the drug methotrexate – a chemical abortion drug. When she realized what had happened, she hired a malpractice attorney.
The lawsuit states that the doctor failed to obtain consent for either abortion procedure. In a sworn deposition, one of the doctor’s nurses says the claimant did not sign off on the D&C until after it was performed. Her mental anguish is understandable.
The attorney states there is NO question in his mind that this was a viable healthy pregnancy that the doctor wanted to make sure did not continue. That’s why he did two things: a chemical abortion and a surgical abortion. He wanted to be 1 Billion per cent certain this baby did not go to full term.
The couple says they never would have agreed to an abortion and believe that the couple whose embryos they received should know the truth about what happened but don’t know who they are. The couple who’s eggs were used in error and are now missing those eggs!!!!! This is not however, part of the current lawsuit as this would be another malpractice claim.
Submitted By: jamminjim63 on November 25, 2015
Claimant submitted a claim to our insured high school, stating that the football team ran over him. This didn’t make any sense until his recorded statement was taken. It turned out that he tripped over an exposed sprinkler head. While he was laying on the ground, the team literally ran over him, causing injury. The claim was paid.
Submitted By: Crazy on November 19, 2015
One man said his employee dropped acid on the job, then stole the company’s car and lost it.
A Man who worked at a cell phone store, said his employee started watching porn on the company’s laptops on his first day – in front of the customers. ’We had computer stations for setting up new contracts and customers in the front of the house. It was this guy’s first day; we hear noises coming from the front of the store. There were definitely customers in the store and he loaded up porn on the front computer. He said he was doing “research for friend”.’
Another employer revealed that he fired his female employee after she came to work on her first day hungover and wearing sweatpants. ‘She showed up a half-hour late wearing Juicy sweatpants and obviously hungover. She didn’t last.’
A Manager of a tech company, said his employee was let go for openly smoking marijuana in the office. ‘I fired a guy for smoking weed in his office and walking around the floor with a packed bowl. When I fired him, he started yelling medical discrimination. Then he posted to Yelp that we medically discriminated against him.’
A Manager who ran a store in the mall, said his employee was fired because he sexually harassed all his female co-workers on his first day. ‘A guy managed to sexually harass every single female by the end of his shift. He was banned from the store. A month later, [he was banned from] the entire mall after harassing a girl at another store.’
A Manager said the only person he has ever fired was a guy who audaciously asked for nearly two months off on his first day on the job. ‘Now that I’m hired, I need the next three weeks off starting tomorrow and the entire month of December,’ the employee told his boss.
A Supervisor revealed he had to let a female bartender go because she was trying to get drunk on her first day of work. ‘She’d had a bit of a substance abuse problem, but I was trying to give her a chance to start over. On her first day working, she was trying to pressure male patrons into buying her shots.
A Supervisor had to fire a girl from an assisted living facility after she failed a basic written test about sanitary processes three times. ‘There are tests that new employees must take in order to gain their certifications to work with the residents. The tests are incredibly easy with questions such as: “When wiping, should an aide wipe front to back or back to front?” Well, this girl failed the same test miserably three separate times. I just told her it wasn’t going to work out.’
An Employee who managed a pet store in college, said he fired an employee after the kid let out an expensive reptile from its cage. ‘I was showing a new hire around the reptile room and explaining their duties. I made it clear that I didn’t want them poking around in the cages yet and I’d be assisting them if somebody wants to see or purchase an animal. ‘Finally, I pointed out a specific cage and said: “Don’t open that for any reason”, explaining that the animal was expensive, it would escape and they’re nearly impossible to catch. ‘A couple hours later I notice the $250 day gecko zipping up a wall. We never caught it, though it did make occasional appearances for several months.’
Submitted By: admin on November 17, 2015
A Queens teacher claims he was fired because he’s straight. According to the lawsuit he says he was hired to teach fifth grade at PS 159 because the Principal mistakenly believed he “was gay at the time of the interview.”
The Principal was wary of hiring men because of “a bad experience,” he allegedly told the rookie educator during the June 2014 interview. “I gave a male teacher a bad review, and he retaliated by accusing me of soliciting [oral sex].”
The principal — who the lawsuit claims is gay — hired the claimant anyway. It alleges that two months later, after interrogating the teacher about his personal life, he discovered the claimant was heterosexual. The Principal forced the claimant to switch grades a month into the school year, ridiculed him for being unprepared, subjected him to numerous informal observations, and even reprimanded him for boxes left by another educator in the claimant’s classroom. The probationary teacher wants his dismissal reversed.
Submitted By: danielle on November 13, 2015
A 40-year-old Illinois bride had just vowed to have and to hold her husband, for better or worse. The couple were wed Saturday night in a park in a small town in southern Illinois. With their family and friends gathering three miles down the road for the reception, the worst would come without warning and ever so fast just minutes later.
On their way to the reception astride the newlywed’s motorcycle, a deer leapt onto the country highway into their path. He struck the deer, crashed the bike, and the 40 year old just married bride lost her life.
Her new husband hit the deer around 7 o’clock, just a half hour after their ceremony began. A mother of two, she had divorced and endured years of heartache. Until she met her groom. He made her so happy. They made each other happy. They knew quickly they wanted to tie the knot, her daughter told the local paper.
A November wedding in the park offered the perfect place to join their lives together.
“The wedding was filled with the most laughter I’d ever seen in my life,” her daughter stated to the local newspaper. “I hadn’t seen her that happy in a long time.”
The bride wore a cream-colored tea length wedding dress. As she wrapped her arms around her husband astride the motorcycle, wedding guests cheered. Several riding behind the bride and groom saw the accident.
“There were three or four motorcycles together and William tried to swerve and did everything he could. There’s some things you cannot control. Deer were going crazy that night. It’s mating season and it’s a rural road.”
The groom suffered minor physical injuries. But emotionally, “every hour or so he breaks down.”
EMTs sped the bride to the local hospital but she was pronounced dead.
Submitted By: betty on November 11, 2015
We had been mediating the workers compensation claim for 3 hours without coming to settlement. Then the injured worker said, “I will continue to fight, and if I die my daughter will continue to fight.” Say what?? California Workers Compensation benefits stop at death. I took the attorney out of the room and told him he had to educate his client who was making a decision on a faulty premise. “Oh no,” said the attorney, “once PD benefits are established, they continue until fully paid regardless of death.” Well, no, actually. I showed the attorney the Labor Code section. I held a brainstorming session with both attorneys to go over the applicable law. No dice. I ended the mediation. Following up by phone a few days later, I learned the case had settled within 48 hours after the mediation. Guess who must have gone back to the firm and reported to his boss?
Submitted By: WCMediator on November 11, 2015
Plaintiff sued a railroad company for the death of her teenage son who was hit and killed by a train. Photographs and a video on her son’s phone were sufficient evidence to show that her son was taking selfies and a friend was taking a video of him standing on the active track. The railroad company refused to pay the claim, which was ultimately dismissed.
Submitted By: Crazy on November 10, 2015
Our insured was sued for causing an accident involving multiple cars. It turned out he had an eye condition, which contributed to the accident. He had problems seeing peripherally. We ended up filing a 3rd party complaint against the State, because they issued insured a driver’s license even though he failed the eye test. They allowed insured to take the test over and over again until he passed it.
Submitted By: Insanity on November 4, 2015
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