Leawood, Kan. – August 24, 2020 – Attorneys with Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes successfully represented an orthopedic surgeon and hospital, recently obtaining a summary judgment on behalf of both.
Claims were made against the surgeon involving two separate total hip arthroplasties, with the primary claim against the hospital listed as “negligent credentialing.” The trial court ruled that the “continuing treatment” exception to the statute of limitations did not apply to save plaintiffs’ claims from being time-barred. Attorneys Tim Frets, Chris Kurtz and Hank Driskell represented the orthopedic surgeon and hospital in this matter.
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