Las Vegas Metro Police recently forwarded the results of their investigation into the 2010 death of 2-month-old Miowne Obote. The infant, at Las Vegas’ Sunrise Children’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, died when the catheter that had been applied broke. Before the death, many nurses and other health care workers at the hospital complained to upper management about repeated catheter failures. If you believe you have been injured or a loved one has died as the result of faulty medical equipment, and would like a free consultation with an attorney, contact us at Benson and Bingham today.
After the death of Baby Miowne, two nurses at Sunrise Children’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Las Vegas, Jessica May Rice and Sharon Ochoa-Reyes, were fired and investigated by Las Vegas Metro Police after the child’s death was ruled a homicide by the Clark County Coroner’s office. Both women were fired and their licenses were suspended. Eventually the nurses’ licenses were reinstated when the State of Nevada Nursing Board found no evidence of wrongdoing. If you have been wrongly fired by your employer and would like to speak with a lawyer about your options, log onto www.bensonbingham.com and register for a free consultation today.
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