Tara Jones is a 16-year-old female who has been mandated by Alberdene County Court to Smith Center for Youth, residential facility, after running away from her current foster care placement with Ms. Judy Boot. Tara has come in involuntarily stating that she does not want to live in a residential facility and would rather hold residence with her maternal aunt, Sally Johnson. Tara feels that her behavior “is no big deal.” Smith Center for Youth will be closing and Tara will need to be transferred over to another residential facility, Tanner House. Her family therapist, Ida Dogoode, has behavioral concerns Tara that are present that lead to a questionable successful transfer.
As you know I have been trying to meet with you to discuss your case with you since January of this year. Specifically, you had appointments scheduled for January 20, 2017, January 24, 2017, February 9, 2017, February 24, 2017 and, March 21, 2017. You failed to keep any of these appointments. The reason I wanted to meet with you was to explain why I was not interested in pursuing this case. I wanted to give you the respect of a face to face explanation of the issues I found in your medical records, which I believe will make it impossible to recover substantial compensation in this matter.
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In this case, Brunner failed to persuade the ALJ that her disability was the natural and proximate result of her fall on December 10, 2003. The ALJ was free to find Draper’s opinions more credible than Fanchetti’s “conclusory” assessment. Draper’s testimony that Brunner’s disability was the result of preexisting degenerative disc disease constitutes substantial evidence supporting the ALJ’s finding. Moreover, Draper’s testimony was supported by medical records originating before the alleged fall. Indeed, the RPS’s evidence, if believed, was more than sufficient to refute Brunner’s claim that her disability was the natural and proximate result of her fall on December 10,
FACTS Carey sustained injuries in an automobile accident for which he received monies from the original tortfeasor. The Plaintiff, due to his injuries, was referred by his doctor to Stephen Connelly, a physical therapist at Indiana Physical Therapy, Inc. Connelly preformed a manipulation technique, “compressions”” on the Plaintiff during his third session which caused a great deal of discomfort. Connelly “laid his chest across my arms and used his body to put force on my arms and push” (App. at 124.) Carey claimed the therapist only stopped when he “broke out in tears and screamed out in pain.”
Mary L Walsh is a 84 y.o. female who presented on 5/6/2017 with chief complaint of back pain and leg pain after a fall. Mary was tearful and reported feeling sad. Mary reported she was in significant pain and requested I asked her nurse for more pain medication. Mary reported she fell at home on Saturday but did not tell anyone until her son David came to the home later that day. Mary reported "I am just getting old and having lots of problems". Mary explained to her son she could not walk and he called an ambulance. Mary stated she does not like to bother her children with her problems because they are all very busy people. Mary was wearing the same night gown and bathrobe she was transported to the hospital in. The bathrobe was dirty
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Physical examination includes inspection for signs and symptoms associated with the injury and significant history in relation to intracerebral
The case is continued to 09/05/17 at 3pm with a thirty (30) minute time allowance to make summations on the records and for a final decision on the outstanding issues of post-concussive syndrome and post-concussive headaches. Depending on our IME we may have to develop the record with regard to the neck and shoulder.
As you know, this is a controverted claim involving either an occupational disease or an accident to the neck. Please see my 07/14/17 report for a detailed history of the this case.
Did the Delaney Jackson family attend church services, that is unknown. However, their contributions of treasure and sweat equity to the AME church, the cemetery directly behind the church, the original parsonage which burned many years ago, and the building of the Poplar Hill School the imprint of their contribution is there. Land left to the “African Church” in the last will and testament of Mrs. Medora Butler was 16th Section Land. How this gifting of land, land which was public land set aside to support public education not privately owned, was accomplished to support building a church is not quite clear from the available data. Apparently, the African Methodist Episcopal church, was established before Mrs. Butler’s last will was
Based on the scenario, the branches of invasion of privacy that exist are intrusion upon personal solitude, public disclosure of private facts, and appropriation.
Both the ambulance and the police arrived at the scene and took him to Kings County Hospital but because of the long wait they went to Beth Israel. His aunt drove him and his girlfriend. At the hospital he complained about his shoulder and wrist on the left side. He doesn’t remember the hospitals instructions regarding follow up care and he never returned to the hospital. His record says he complained about back problems and that he refused immobilization but he did go to DHD Medical and Dr. Katzman. All health providers describe neck strain radiating down his shoulder. He had physical therapy three times a week for 6 months but still experienced pain at the end of 2012 to the beginning of 2013 when his physical therapy ended. DHD referred him to Dr. Katzman who discussed the need of surgery to his left shoulder which he didn’t have because no fault cut him off. He also had an MRI of his cervical spine and
As of 2014 I been have fighting a very tough hardship with my father. On Christmas Eve of 2014, my father was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital for emergency surgery on his lower back. This did not happen suddenly; this was a pain that developed overtime. About every 3 months my father was given a type of shot to ease the nerve pain in his back; this went on for a little over a year prior to the surgery. The operation that was performed was a laminectomy. Before the surgery my father could barely walk, he used a cane to help him get around while walking at a 90-degree angle essentially. This was due to the fact that the nerves in his back were being severely pinched. Fast forward, the surgery was a very high risk due to the fact that my father was at the time obese and had high blood pressure. The surgery ended up being successful and the pain in my father’s
In April 2006, I was injured in a four car pile-up car accident on the highway. I entered the highway during rush hour and was rear-ended in by someone driving the Ford Expedition. The impact from Ford Exception damaged the back bumper of my Toyota Camry. It appeared to be a minor vender bender, until a few days had passed. Unfortunately, I experienced extreme lower back injuries which restricted my activities of daily living. The insurance company sent me a letter requesting for me to receive an examination by one of their doctors. I could not believe the results from the insurance company doctor. The results from the insurance company physician were not accurate. As result, I did research and pursued legal actions. In the end, all acquired