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Inside Medical Malpractice

Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.

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Named as one of the top healthcare podcasts on the web! Medical dramas, real or fictional, have filled media over the past decade... but what about the medical drama that happens around us every single day? There are nearly 100,000 malpractice cases filed every year in North America, each with its own unique set of facts that not even the best writers could conjure up. Chris Rokosh, President and CEO of Connect Medical Legal Experts has seen thousands of them. In this podcast, she explores t ...
 
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In this episode of ‘Inside Medical Malpractice’ Chris Rokosh has a conversation she’s been wanting to have for almost 10 years. Stanford University Hospital Patient Liaison Leilani Schweitzer tells the story of how her 20-month-old son Gabriel died at after a series of medical errors. The story of Gabriel’s death is heart breaking. But the story of…
 
In this brief, but personal episode of ‘Inside Medical Malpractice’ Leilani Schweitzer talks about day-to-day life, which starts with an early morning and some quiet moments. She shares how her lifetime love of art helped her heal after Gabriel’s death and provides a joyful outlet for her creativity. Hear about what it’s like to give a TED talk (sh…
 
In this timely and fascinating episode of Inside Medical Malpractice Toronto plaintiff’s lawyer Duncan Embury talks about the incredible challenges of litigating Florence v. Benzaquen. This case involves a 26-year-old woman who was prescribed fertility drugs in 2007, and quickly became pregnant with triplets. As often happens with multiple pregnanc…
 
Chris Rokosh ends almost every episode of Inside Medical Malpractice with the question “What is the most important thing you’d like doctors, nurses, lawyers, and the public to know about medical malpractice?”. The answers came from healthcare providers, plaintiff and defense lawyers, and a supreme court judge. The responses are as different as thei…
 
This month on ‘Inside Medical Malpractice’, the first of two ‘best of the best’ podcasts! Almost every episode over the past 2 years ended with the question “What is the most important thing you’d like doctors, nurses, lawyers, and the public to know about medical malpractice?” Our guests came from across Canada and the US and included healthcare p…
 
In this fascinating episode of Inside Medical Malpractice, Chris Rokosh talks with Ob/Gyn and owner of The Med Mal Coach Dr. Laura Fortner. Several years ago, Dr. Laura was sued for malpractice. Her case was opened, dismissed, re-opened, went to trial, appealed and is currently making its way through the Ohio Supreme Court. The accompanying feeling…
 
In this brief, but personal episode of Inside Medical Malpractice, Dr. Laura talks about why she chose the exhausting, high risk area of Obstetrics and shares some of her favorite moments from Labor and Delivery. She also talks about her busy life at home (four kids, a dairy farm, a husband, and a new business!) and the surprising career path she w…
 
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In this moving, inspirational episode of Inside Medical Malpractice, Chris Rokosh talks with Toronto medical malpractice lawyer Aleks Mladenovic. In 2019, Alex was completely surprised to learn he had bowel cancer. At the time, he was a young, busy successful lawyer who was forced to quickly face a cancer diagnosis, find a way to enter and trust a …
 
In this brief, but personal episode of Inside Medical Malpractice, Aleks Mladenovic talks about his life outside of the office, describes what he was like as a child, what got him into malpractice law and shares what gets him up in the morning and what worries him in the middle of the night. He also offers some great advice to his younger self and …
 
Entering the healthcare system can be risky at any time, but is even riskier during the Christmas holidays, over long weekends and on July 1st. In this episode, Chris Rokosh talks with Barb Legate, a well-respected and highly experienced medical negligence lawyer from London, Ontario. Listen in as they discuss a case of newborn injury that unfolded…
 
In this brief, but personal interview, Barb Legate tells us why she became a medical negligence lawyer, shares her love of gardening and family, and dishes a couple of surprising facts about herself (She has a worm farm!). After 4 decades of lawyering, hear how it’s the strong and brave parents of the children she represents that motivate her to ge…
 
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