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Mallard & Sharp, P.A. Has Moved To Pinecrest

Offices At Pinecrest

Mallard & Sharp, P.A., one of South Florida's premier law firms with notable cases including a 2019 recovery of more than $26 million dollars after an appellate victory from a 2017 verdict of over $33,800,000, has moved to Pinecrest. The firm provides services for Miami, Kendall, Pinecrest, and all of South Florida as well as the rest of the state, and also offers representation nationally. The firm's focus is on providing the best possible legal results for seriously injured individuals and the families of wrongful death victims. Its highly reputable and respected legal team, led by Vidian Mallard and Richard "Bo"...

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Dangerous Doctors: Malpractice lawsuits rarely lead to discipline

Attorney Richard Bo Sharp discusses malpractice lawsuits

Original Source: By STEPHEN HOBBS, SUN SENTINEL, NOV 19, 2017 | 4:30 PM Dr. Pachavit Kasemsap faced payouts of nearly $3 million in five medical malpractice lawsuits over five years. Patients accused him of slicing an aorta while trying to remove a gallbladder, cutting an artery to a liver, and connecting a woman’s rectum to her vagina. Florida lawmakers have long recognized that medical malpractice lawsuits are a warning sign for dangerous doctors. But state health officials never took action against Kasemsap. The state Department of Health is required to review every malpractice lawsuit filed against Florida doctors to identify and punish problem doctors....

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Miami doctor’s call to broker during baby’s delivery leads to $33.8 million judgment

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Original Source: Miami Herald, By Daniel Chang, UPDATED MAY 02, 2017 08:08 PM Marla Dixon was in the final stage of labor and ready to deliver a baby boy when the obstetrician arrived at her bedside at North Shore Medical Center in Miami. It was not a high-risk pregnancy. But over the next 90 minutes, the doctor made a series of missteps that led to a tragic outcome for Dixon and her baby — and a $33.8 million judgment, according to a federal lawsuit. The doctor ordered nurses to restart a drug to strengthen contractions, failed to perform a Cesarean section — and...

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