Monthly Archives: May 2017

Court Awards AZ Vet $2.5 Million in Medical Malpractice Suit

A U.S. Army veteran was awarded $2.5 million in his medical malpractice lawsuit against the Phoenix VA. The malpractice ties back to negligent medical care in  2011, when abnormalities were found in the vet’s prostate but the nurse practitioner neglected to order further testing. Negligent Medical Care for America’s Vets After the lack of proper care, the vet found out 11 months later that he had state 4 prostate cancer and would only have a short time remaining to live. The lawsuit concluded … Read More

Arizona Ranks Average for Home Buying

In a Bankrate lineup of the easiest and hardest states to become a first-time homeowner, Arizona came in in the middle of the pack, ranking in at no.24 out of 50. The study scored states on the basis of housing affordability, the job market for young adults, housing market tightness, credit availability and homeownership among people 35-and-under. Arizona Real Estate For millennials in Arizona in the market for their first home, they can rest assured that the housing market in the state is … Read More