Buggy Website Cheats Spouse of Life Ins., Action Alleges
6-27-2019 20:11:00

ALAMEDA, Calif. (CN) – Despite a long record of consistent beneficiary designation, a Kaiser employee’s spouse is being cheated out of his wife’s life insurance due to a buggy internet portal, according to an action filed in Alameda County Superior Court.

Inept Treatment Causes Doctor’s Death, Suit Claims
6-27-2019 18:59:00

SPOKANE, Wash. (CN) – A Kaiser doctor did not act to appropriately stop a patient’s internal bleeding, according to an action filed in Spokane County Superior Court.

Suit Claims Baby Brain-Damaged by Inadequately-Treated Virus
6-21-2019 04:27:00

ROSEVILLE, Calif. (CN) – A newborn baby was left with brain damage after Kaiser inadequately treated a herpes infection, her guardian ad litem claims in Placer County Superior Court.

Eye Pressure Surgery Results in Blindness, Action Alleges
6-21-2019 04:01:00

SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – A glaucoma patient lost sight in his eye after his doctor convinced him to have surgery to alleviate pressure without providing disclosure of the possible side effects, according to an action filed in San Francisco County Superior Court.

Kaiser Forces Out Disabled Project Manager, Suit Claims
6-21-2019 03:56:00

LOS ANGELES (CN) – Kaiser fired a project manager rather than engage in an interactive process and provide accommodations for his disability, according to a complaint filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Kaiser Secretary Fired While on Medical Leave, Action Alleges
6-21-2019 03:32:00

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (CN) – Kaiser fired a secretary while she was on medical leave for work-induced depression, according to an action filed in San Bernardino Superior Court.

Kaiser Uses Illegal Rounding to Short Pay, Suit Claims
6-14-2019 23:59:00

OAKLAND, Calif. (CN) – A former site support specialist employee who worked for Kaiser for 12 years says Kaiser uses an undisclosed time rounding method to deprive employees of pay for all hours worked, according to an action filed in Alameda County Superior Court.

Lack of Care for Injury Results in Paralysis, Action Claims
6-14-2019 23:19:00

SAN BERNARNDINO, Calif. (CN) – Due to a Kaiser doctor’s refusal to fully examine a workers’ compensation patient, he is paralyzed from the waist down, according to an action filed in San Bernardino County Superior Court.

New Administrator Discriminated, Intensive Care Nurse Claims
5-28-2019 23:47:00

LOS ANGELES (CN) – A new administrator discriminated against an intensive care nurse, the fired nurse claims in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Kaiser Engages in Medi-Cal “Balance-Billing,” Suit Claims
4-8-2019 22:42:00

SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – A woman’s credit was ruined and she was unable to secure a mortgage loan due to Kaiser’s illegal debt-collection practices, according to her class action suit filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in the San Francisco Division.

Sickened by Mold, Fired for Complaining, Worker Alleges
4-2-2019 01:11:00

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (CN) – Kaiser fired a nurse who complained that workplace exposure to toxic mold was making employees and patients sick, according to her suit filed in San Bernardino Superior Court.

Not Much Protection From Snoopy Nurse, Worker Claims
4-2-2019 00:07:00

LOS ANGELES (CN) – Kaiser did not adequately protect a woman when a nurse snooped through her family’s medical records, she claims in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Kaiser Missed Developing Cancer, Lawsuit Claims
3-28-2019 00:30:00

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CN) – Despite a series of pap smears, Kaiser’s technicians did not find a patient’s cervical cancer until it was Stage IV, according to her Sacramento County Superior Court lawsuit.

Kaiser Allegedly Colluded to Discredit a Malpractice Action
3-26-2019 00:17:00

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CN) – A Kaiser doctor changed medical records to protect herself from litigation, according to a suit filed in Sacramento County Superior Court.

Neglectful After-Surgery Care Caused Death, Action Alleges
3-25-2019 23:57:00

ROCKVILLE, Md. (CN) – A man who had surgery for kidney stones died from pressure ulcers due to neglect, according to a lawsuit filed by his family in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland.