Kaiser Stiffs Hospital for Plan Member Care, Suit Claims
1-10-2019 23:42:00

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (CN) – Another California hospital sued Kaiser for underpayment of medical care provided to Kaiser plan members, according to a suit filed in Kern County Superior Court.

Kaiser Provided Doctor with Flawed Legal Counsel, Suit Alleges
1-10-2019 23:42:00

MARTINEZ, Calif. (CN) – A Kaiser doctor lost his medical license because the Kaiser-provided lawyer had a serious conflict of interest, according to a Contra Costa County Superior Court filing.

Worker Forced Out After Complaining About Wages, Suit Claims
1-5-2019 02:29:00

LOS ANGELES (CN) – A Kaiser worker who says she was forced to quit due to retaliation after she complained about more than 20 violations of California Labor Code provisions, has filed a representative action in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Kaiser Refused Accident Expenses, Woman Claims
1-3-2019 21:54:00

     BELLINGHAM, Wash. (CN) – Kaiser denied a woman’s medical expenses after an accident in Paraguay, despite her foreign claims coverage, she claims in Whatcom County Superior Court.

Failure to Order Tests Leaves Woman Paralyzed, $28M Suit Claims
1-3-2019 21:46:00

PORTLAND, Ore. (CN) – A Kaiser doctors’ failure to order appropriate tests to check that a woman's breast cancer had not spread to her spine resulted in paraplegia, she claims in her Multnomah County Circuit Court case.

Dr. Touched and Commented on Patient’s Genital Area, She Claims
1-3-2019 21:32:00

     LOS ANGELES (CN) – A doctor touched and commented upon a woman’s genital area, she claims in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Sexual Advances, Filipino Favoring Ignored, Fired Man Claims
12-25-2018 02:01:00

     LOS ANGELES (CN) – A woman sexually harassed a Latino man, another falsely accused him, and his boss favored Filipinos, he claims in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Botched Probe with Q-Tip Requires Surgery, Patient Claims
12-25-2018 00:00:00

SAN DIEGO (CN) – An abdominal probe turned into a rush to surgery due to the doctor’s inexpert handling of a Q-tip, the patient claims in his San Diego County Superior Court lawsuit.

Nurse Fired After Complained of Discrimination, Suit Charges
12-20-2018 10:32:00

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (CN) – Kaiser supervisors fired, and filed charges to the nursing board against, a Mexican-American nurse who complained about their discriminatory actions, according to her U.S. District Court, Central District, lawsuit.

Kaiser Can’t Dodge Class Action Discrimination Suit
12-19-2018 03:12:00

OAKLAND, Calif. (CN) – Two black women who were fired from Kaiser Permanente after 16 years of employment may proceed with a class action that claims Kaiser hospitals have a policy of discriminating against black employees by firing them and denying them promotions.

Infant Was Injured at Birth, Parents Claim
12-19-2018 03:06:00

     OAKLAND, Calif. (CN) – A baby girl will need ongoing care because of birth-related injuries, her parents claim in Alameda County Superior Court.

Kaiser Fires Nurse in Retaliation, She Claims
12-19-2018 02:34:00

LOS ANGELES (CN) – Kaiser fired a nurse for taking medical leave, complaining about her husband’s medical care, and for being Hispanic, according to her lawsuit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Unpaid Meetings Cheat Medical Assistants, Suit Claims
12-12-2018 22:20:00

LOS ANGELES (CN) – Kaiser’s practice of requiring medical assistants to attend work meetings instead of taking their lunch breaks violates labor laws, according to a Los Angeles County Superior Court lawsuit.

Employee Fired Twice for Requesting Leave, Suit Claims
12-12-2018 21:55:00

SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – Kaiser fired an engagement specialist for taking maternity leave and then asking for medical leave, according to her lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of California.

Leg Amputated After Slow Diagnosis, Woman Claims
12-7-2018 23:59:00

     RIVERSIDE, Calif. (CN) – A woman lost her leg after Kaiser was slow to diagnose an arterial blockage, she claims in Riverside County Superior Court.