Alvarado Woman Claims Wrong Surgery Performed

An Alvarado woman filed a lawsuit claiming she has been left with severe and permanent injuries after a surgeon allegedly failed to remove a cancerous tumor and removed a portion of her pancreas instead. Bernice Gomez, 63, was diagnosed in 2016 with neuroendocrine carcinoma and advised that she had malignant tumors on her left and […]

Cancer Patient Says Dallas Surgeon Operated On Wrong Organ

Original article posted by Dallas News Powered by the Dallas Morning News 9/23/2017 When Bernice Marie Gomez entered the operating room at Methodist Dallas Medical Center last November, she believed she was having a cancerous tumor on her left adrenal gland removed. But after a seven-hour surgery, the 62-year-old grandmother from Alvarado woke up with the malignant […]

Texas Oncology Surgeon Performs Wrong Surgery on Cancer Patient

Were you a victim of a wrong surgery? FORT WORTH, Texas, September 21, 2017/PRNewswire/ – Bernice Marie Gomez filed suit against Sujeet Acharya, Texas Oncology, P.A. and Texas Urology Associates in the 160th District Court in and for Dallas County, Texas, Case Number DC-17-12969 on September 20, 2017.  The lawsuit alleges that a Texas Oncology […]

Offshore Oil Worker Files Fair Labor Standards Act Collective Action Against National Oilwell Varco Alleging Misclassification and Failure to Pay Overtime

FORT WORTH, Texas – Richard Albert Gammill, III, filed suit against National Oilwell Varco (NOV) in the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division, Case Number 4:17-cv-02695 on September 7, 2017.  The lawsuit alleges that Gammill’s former employer misclassified him and other similarly-situated manual laborers as exempt from overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act […]

Good News for EpiPen® Auto-Injector Users and Families!

Mylan today issued a statement announcing that it is taking immediate action to increase access to EpiPen® Auto-Injectors by expanding already existing programs in recognition of those patients who are facing the burden of higher out-of-pocket costs, reducing direct patient costs and increasing eligibility for patient assistance programs for uninsured and under-insured patients.


In an August 22, 2016, New York Times article, Tara Parker-Pope and Rachel Rabkin Peachman reported on the steep increase in the price of the EpiPen, a lifesaving injection device for people with severe allergies, and the outrage these price increases have caused with consumers and lawmakers.

Traumatic Brain Injuries: Common & Alternative Treatment Approaches

Unfortunately, traumatic brain injuries often develop from some of the same extremely negative events that lead to so many spinal cord injuries. Both of these major insults to the human body are often caused by motor vehicle crashes, industrial incidents, oilfield incidents, falls, acts of violence, and sports injuries.