The Institutes

Washington Victim Of Botched Laser Surgery To Get $30M

 Tuesday, December 10, 2013

 Insurance Journal

A jury has recently awarded an additional $18 million to a woman whose botched surgery at a Wenatchee, Wash. hospital left her unable to speak. The Wenatchee World reported that Becky S. Anderson was having polyps removed from her vocal cords with a laser last year when a breathing tube in her throat caught fire. Central Washington Hospital agreed to pay $12 million to settle claims against it and a King County Superior Court jury has ordered that two other entities — Wenatchee Valley Medical Center and Wenatchee Anesthesia Associates — pay a combined $18 million.

News Chopper Helps Police Locate Laser Pointer

 Thursday, November 12, 2015

 NBC New York

Ariz. Appeals Court: Vendor-Reviewed Bills Standard in Workers' Comp Industry

 Wednesday, September 22, 2010

 Insurance Journal