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Reddick Moss News

September 28, 2016

Reddick Moss law firm wins record-setting wrongful death and suffering verdict in Pueblo Colorado.  Read More

September 28, 2016

U.S. Just Made It a Lot Less Difficult to Sue Nursing Homes.  In a decision, by the Department of Health and Human Services, would restore the right to legal action to 1.5 million nursing home residents.  Read More

June 14, 2016

Law Week Colorado: Reddick Moss Attorneys Prevail in Nursing Home Lawsuit.  Read More

May 19, 2016

KRDO-TV: Family members of woman who died in Pueblo nursing home speak out. Read More

May 19, 2016
KOAA-TV Channel 5: Family awarded $5.5 million in wrongful death lawsuit speaks out.  Read More

May 17, 2016
McKnight's Long-Term Care News:   Jury awards family $5.5 million in record-setting wrongful death suit.  Read More

May 16, 2016
KOAA-TV Channel 5:  Jury awards $5.5 million in suit against Pueblo nursing homeRead More

September 16, 2015
Arkansas Court of Appeals released three important reversals:

-Summary judgment on premise liability reversed, holding fact questions remain about POA assuming duty to maintain common areas of a condominium.  Read More 

-Trial court reversed for refusing to hold a hearing on a motion to recuse.   Read More  

-Summary judgment for nursing home based on charitable immunity reversed.  Read More

July 11, 2015
The Daily Sentinel, Grand Junction Colorado:  Local nursing home a target for lawyers
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May 12, 2015
Wall Street Journal: Bayer is Chastised by Judge for Offering to Reinstate Sales Rep 500 Miles Away.
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March 16, 2015 reports of a Little Rock man fighting to get his old job back from a national pharmaceutical company.
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October 3, 2014
Wall Street Journal: Lawsuits Rattle Nursing-Home Chains.    Allegations of Harmful Treatment Win Big Jury Awards, Spurring Operators to Flee Certain States.  
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September 11, 2014

On September 11, 2014, the Supreme Court of Arkansas issued an opinion protecting consumers and their Constitutional right to a jury trial in a case in which the plaintiff was represented by Brian Reddick of Reddick Moss, PLLC and Deborah Riordan of Appellate Solutions, PLLC. In Regional Care of Jacksonville, LLC v. Henry, the Arkansas Supreme Court held that a nursing home’s arbitration agreement was unenforceable when the nursing home reserved the right to sue in court for billing and collection disputes but forced the residents of the nursing home to arbitrate all other types of claims that they may have against the nursing home.

Many nursing homes now offer arbitration agreements as part of their admissions process. A valid arbitration agreement prevents an injured nursing home resident from suing in court and prevents them from presenting their case to a jury. The Arkansas Supreme Court’s recent opinion recognized that this type of agreement was really nothing but a one-way proposition if the agreement allowed the nursing home to go to court for billing and collections issues, but forced the resident to arbitrate any other type of claim. In reality, the residents would be the only ones ever forced into arbitration, but the nursing homes would still be allowed to sue in court for the only types of claims they are ever likely to have, i.e., collection of unpaid bills from the residents and their families.

The Court’s recent decision helps level the playing field between nursing homes and their residents in Arkansas. The case is Regional Care of Jacksonville, LLC v. Henry, 2014 Ark 361, and the full text of the opinion is available here:    

June 11, 2014

AARP Blog:  Nursing Home Hit With $3.3 Million Negligence Verdict.
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May 29, 2014
The Belmont Lodge Heath Care Center nursing home has a history of substandard care as described in a report by KOAA channel 7, a NBC affiliate in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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May 27, 2014

KKTV, a CBS affilate in Colorado Springs, Colorado, reports about the 3.3 million dollar nursing home negligance case in Pueblo, Colorado.
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May 22, 2014
Colorado resident awarded 3.3 million in abuse and neglect case against a nursing home.
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 November 8, 2013

On November 8, 2013, Ian T. Norris, Esquire, formerly of the law firm of Wilkes & McHugh, P.A., joined the Philadelphia branch of the national plaintiff law firm of Reddick Moss, PLLC. “We are extremely excited to add Ian to our talented team of professionals”, said co-founder Brian Reddick. Reddick further stated, “Ian is a tough, smart, well-rounded litigator who is an absolutely fearless advocate for his clients.” Mr. Norris will be responsible for managing the Philadelphia office which will focus its practice on nursing home litigation, medical malpractice, catastrophic injury, products liability, personal injury and trucking litigation. Brent Moss believes that “the reunion of three of the original architects of the nursing home litigation model that was commenced in Pennsylvania in 2005 will create a powerful force for victims of neglect and abuse.”

June 10, 2013
$463,570.60 Arbitration Award:  Tracheotomy Dislodgment – Hospital Arbitration Award

"We respect the arbitration decision rendered by Mr. House as it gives our family the affirmation and closure that they were seeking in this matter. In light of the punitive award rendered by the arbitrator in this case, large corporations like Kindred Healthcare who engage in the "reckless disregard for the safety, health, and well-being" of patients that they are responsible for treating should take notice that their behavior will not go unpunished. As with all of our cases, we will hold these companies responsible for the harm they cause our clients regardless of whether the case is tried in a court of law or in an arbitration setting." – Brent Moss
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December 10, 2012
Brian Reddick featured in Little Rock Soirée Magazine

Little Rock Soirée featured Brian Reddick in its December 2012 magazine and website.
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January 20, 2012
Case Settles in Middle of Trial
On January 20, 2012, Reddick Moss attorneys reached a compromised and negotiated settlement at trial on behalf of Mr. Doe, et al. with counsel for Defendant, Roe Nursing Home and Rehabilitation, et al. ("Roe") in Mountain View, Arkansas.
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October 22, 2010
More Than $10 Million Verdict in Family of Nursing Home Victim
$10 million dollar jury verdict in Pulaski County Circuit Court, Thirteenth division on October 21, 2010 $5.1 million against Little Rock Health and Rehab for negligence and violation of the Residents’ Rights Act; $3 million for negligence.
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October 15, 2010
Tractor-trailer Crash Victims Awarded $10.3 Million by Jury
Jury awards $10.3 to tractor-trailer crash victims in Arkansas, Prairie County Circuit Court, southern district, first division. Reporting Attorney Brian Reddick of the Reddick Moss. represented the Rogers family.
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March 3, 2002
Brent L. Moss Gives Testimony in California
The crisis in the nursing home industry is poor care. As detailed in this past weekend’s New York Times, a new GAO report found “Nursing home residents have suffered serious injuries, or, in some cases, have died as a result of abuse.”
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