Court of Appeals Rules Medical Malpractice Suit Required to Allege Cause of Action for Improper Ambulation of Diabetic Patient Recovering from Knee Surgery As Within Realm of Professionalized Knowledge and Training

The Michigan Court of Appeals has ruled a plaintiff must pursue a cause of action sounding in medical malpractice against a hospital where plaintiff broke her leg when hospital staff were removing her to ambulate as part of her recovery from knee surgery. In Lukas v. William Beaumont Hospital (1),¬†Plaintiff filed a lawsuit against the […]

Michigan Supreme Court Grant Oral Argument to Consider Causation and Speculative Injury Claim in Medical Malpractice Action

The Supreme Court has granted oral argument on an application in a medical malpractice case to consider the Court of Appeals’ majority ruling that speculative injuries can be the basis for damages in a medical malpractice case. ¬†The Court specifically requests the litigants to brief and address whether the Court of Appeals’ majority ruling is […]