Testimony Continues In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/25/05

Testimony Continues In Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Testimony continues in a medical malpractice suit at the Lubbock courthouse.

Vikki Bramlett died in November 2002 from complications after a routine hysterectomy. The Bramlett family is suing her physician, Dr. Benny Phillips saying he ignored warning signs when complications arose.

Thursday, Bramlett's sons and husband took the stand. Covenant Medical Center has already settled with Bramlett's family.

8/23/05
Wolfforth Family Sues Lubbock Gynecologist for Malpractice
The death of a Wolfforth woman three years ago, is sending a Lubbock gynecologist to court this week.

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