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Partner Ilan Heimanson Addresses Patient Abandonment Issues in June HRM

Partner Ilan Heimanson Addresses Patient Abandonment Issues in June HRM

Patient AbandonmentIn the June issue of Healthcare Risk Management, Heimanson & Wolf Partner Ilan Heimanson is interviewed on the topic of patient abandonment, particularly in the litigation context.  In the […]

Partner Ilan Heimanson Addresses Patient Abandonment Issues in June HRM2019-04-05T20:31:36+00:00

Partner Jeffrey Wolf’s Daily Journal Article Warns of Trial Headaches from ACA Flux

Partner Jeffrey Wolf’s Daily Journal Article Warns of Trial Headaches from ACA Flux

Medical ExpensesHeimanson & Wolf, LLP Partner Jeffrey Wolf penned an article this week for the Daily Journal discussing valuation issues for longterm medical expenses as a result […]

Partner Jeffrey Wolf’s Daily Journal Article Warns of Trial Headaches from ACA Flux2019-04-05T20:35:07+00:00

Justin Bieber Pummeled His Ex-Bodyguard, Lawsuit Claims

Justin Bieber Pummeled His Ex-Bodyguard, Lawsuit Claims Seeking nearly $500K, former bodyguard claims that "Boyfriend" singer Justin Bieber repeatedly punched him. Justin Bieber is apparently adept at delivering hits behind the scenes as well as on the music charts. That is, if the allegations in a new lawsuit are to be believed.

Justin Bieber Pummeled His Ex-Bodyguard, Lawsuit Claims2019-04-05T20:37:02+00:00

CBS2 Investigation: Patients Claim OC Dentist Didn’t Give Them Care They Paid For

CBS2 Investigation: Patients Claim OC Dentist Didn’t Give Them Care They Paid For Several patients are accusing an Orange County dentist of charging them thousands of dollars for dental implants and subsequently never responding to their calls for help.

CBS2 Investigation: Patients Claim OC Dentist Didn’t Give Them Care They Paid For2019-04-05T20:38:11+00:00

Anesthesiologist accused of talking on phone during dental surgery gets probation

Anesthesiologist accused of talking on phone during dental surgery gets probation A local anesthesiologist who was accused by the state medical board of using his cell phone instead of monitoring a patient who died during oral surgery has been placed on probation for three years.

Anesthesiologist accused of talking on phone during dental surgery gets probation2019-04-05T20:38:35+00:00