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 Veterinary Malpractice, Negligence and Incompetence

Animal Legal & Historical Center
Michigan State University, Detroit College of Law

Quick Overview of Veterinary Malpractice - Rebecca F. Wisch
For the Owner: What to Do if You Suspect  Malpractice - David S. Farve
Detailed Discussion of Veterinary Malpractice
Table of Veterinary Malpractice Cases
Table of Veterinary Malpractice Statutes

Damages in Pet (Companion Animal) Cases
Michigan State University College of Law

Brief Introduction to Pet Damages
Legal Overview of Damages for Injury to Animals
Table of Cases related to damages in pet (companion animal) cases
Table of statutes and pending bills related to pet damages or veterinary malpractice (companion animal)

Dealing with Veterinary Malpractice

Precedent-setting Ruling Recognizes Animals' Value
In Defense of Animals
"This is justice first and foremost for my precious Shane," said pet owner Marc Bluestone, 61, of Sherman Oaks, CA., "And then it's justice for all the other precious dogs on Earth."

The $50,000 Mutt by Will Harper

Valuing Man's and Woman's Best Friend: The Moral and Legal Status of Companion Animals
by Rececca J. Huss
Published in Marquette Law Review

Want to Sue Your Vet? Read This First.
Equine Law Blog

What to do when you believe a vet has harmed or killed your companion animal
Animal Legal Defense Fund


 


Practice of Veterinary Medicine in North Carolina


North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board


The North Carolina Veterinary Practice Act:
       1) General Statutes of North Carolina, Article 11, Chapter 90 (N.C. General Assembly)
       2) North Carolina Administrative Code, Chapter 66, Title 21 (Rules Division of the N.C. Office of Administrative Hearings)

 

Others' Experiences with the System

All-Care Lawsuits
Bad Vet Daiy
Bad Veterinarians - Don't Let Vets Get Away With It! Let Other Pet Owners Know! / Bentley's Story
Bad Veterinarians - Don't Let Vets Get Away With It! Let Other Pet Owners Know! / Izzy's Story
Baylee's Story - "Judge rules against veterinarian over dog's death"
Bella – Veterinary Malpractice Victim Number…
Boo Boo's Story From The Beginning
Caddis' Story;  See also Oregon Veterinary Medical Examining Board Licensee Detail
DVSC / Bailey's Story
Educate Before You Vaccinate / Angel Kitty Kat, A Vaccine Associated Sarcoma Story
Fluffy's Story ... A Victim of Veterinary Malpractice
Gomez's Story, see also California State Veterinary Medical Board Citation No. 2280-C, NV 2009 713
Harvey's Memorial; What Happened
In Loving Memory of Bo Bo Bear
In Loving Memory of Raja
In Memory of Luke
In Memory of Stempy Munson
In the Matter of Thomas J. Sheridan, DVM / Patients A - E
In the Matter of Thomas J. Sheridan, DVM / Chiquita
Jack Wolfron Addresses Texas Vet Board / Tamarah's, Sable's and Calypso's Stories
Justice4Charlie
Justice for Charlotte
Justice for Eve Harris
Justice for Milly Dafnis
Justice for Simba - a vet survivor's story
Katt's Story
Laci's Story
Mocha - Consent Order of Jan H. Pol, DVM
Mutley & Me JUSTICE FOR PETS

My Beloved Bella
Opinion: Pet owners want informed consent of drug risks / Mattie's Story
Paws and the Law - Bailey' Story
Pet Malpractice / Mulan's Horror Story
Pet Owners Beware: Conspiracy between veterinarians, lobbyists, & states not to report veterinary indiscretions / Fluffy's Story
Pocket's Story from New Hampshire
Pumpkin's Story - Marcia Rosenberg's Animal Advocacy
Regret A Vet / Myloh's Story
Rembering our Papillon Jewel
Romi's Website
Ruby's Story
Smokey's Story
Spanky's Story
Texas Veterinary Disciplinary Records
The Hunter Games;
also here
The Toonce's Project
Tiko's Story
Trali's Story
Veterinary Abuse Network / Suki's Story
Veterinary Awareness to Prevent Animal Abuse and Malpractice / Pumpkin's Story
Victims of Veterinary Abuse & Neglect / Lucy's Story

Welcome to PetJustice.com / Toby's Story
Welcome to Usdi's Site - In Memory of Our Beloved Beagle
When Good Dogs Meet Bad Vets / Asproolee's Story

Woman's Dog Dies After Medical Mistake / Taylor's Story



Monce v. Deas

Kevin A. Monce, DVM, DACVIM, PetSound Animal Hospital, Cary, North Carolina

Michael Crowell, Esq., Attorney for Kevin Monce; Tharrington Smith LLP, Raleigh, North Carolina; "Of Counsel" in Monce v. Deas since at least August 16, 2007 after withdrawing as a partner at Tharrington Smith August 1, 2007 to accept a faculty position at the UNC School of Government, Chapel Hill, North Carolina; returned to Tharrington Smith in 2015

Kenneth A. Soo, Esq., Attorney for Kevin Monce since at least July 9, 2007; Tharrington Smith, LLP, Raleigh, North Carolina

Edna E. Deas, Nancy G. Deas, www.aligus.com, Raleigh, North Carolina

Hugh Stevens, Esq., Attorney for the Deas; Everett, Gaskins, Hancock & Stevens, LLP, new practice is Stevens Martin Vaughn & Tadych, PLLC, Raleigh, North Carolina

C. Amanda Martin, Esq., Attorney for the Deas; Everett, Gaskins, Hancock & Stevens, LLP, new practice is Stevens Martin Vaughn & Tadych, PLLC, Raleigh, North Carolina

 

 

SLAPP — Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation
SLAPP lawsuits are "strategic" because they have little chance of prevailing in court.
They are intended to intimidate or silence citizens who cannot afford the high cost of defending against them.


CyperSLAPP

Open Congress for the 111th United States Congress
H.R. 4364 - Public Participation Act of 2009

Survival Guide for SLAPP Victims
California Anti-SLAPP Project

The Public Participation Project - Working to protect First Amendment Rights

Public Participation Act, House Bill 746, General Assembly of North Carolina, 2011-2012 Session


Libel in Cyperspace

Libel in Cyperspace: A Framework for Addressing Liability and Jurisdictional Issues in This New Frontier
Cynthia L. Counts
C. Amanda Martin

Internet Free Speech — First Amendment
Chilling Effects Clearinghouse
Citizen Media Law Project's Legal Guide, hosted by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University

Electronic Frontier Foundation
First Amendment Center
First Amendment Project
Free Expression Network
Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers) about Protest, Parody and Criticism Sites
Internet Free Expression Alliance
Media Law Resource Center
Public Citizen

Stevens Martin Vaughn & Tadych, PLLC, Attorneys at Law
The First Amendment Handbook, The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

 

North Carolina Public Records Law

North Carolina Guide to Open Government and Public Records
A Publication of the North Carolina Attorney General's Office and the North Carolina Press Association

North Carolina Open Meetings and Public Records Laws - Updated 3/6/2012
North Carolina Press Association

How to Use Public Records Law
Sunshine Center of the North Carolina Open Government Coalition

 



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