On July 12, 2013, William Freely filed a complaint against Eric D. Donnernfeld, M.D. and his practice, for the negligent performance of LASIK surgery. The complaint contends that Dr. Donnenfeld’s negligence left Mr. Freely visualy disabled.
On February 10, 2012, a Minnesota court refused to dismiss claims of malpractice against LASIK surgeon Mark Lobanoff, M.D. The complaint alleged that he performed three surgeries in 11 months, resulting in a cornea transplant.
Wednesday December 28, 2011 The Laser Surgery Battle Begins We’ve always promised to give you updates on our stories whenever they come about. Awhile back, we wrote an Undercoverarticle about the problems with Lasik eye surgery. If you read it, you know that we were able to interview the chief man at the FDA who […]
TLC was once the largest laser eye facility in the United States. Its parent corporation’s stock traded on the New York Stock Exchange, until it recently went bankrupt. 60 patients in South Carolina, who developed post-LASIK ectasia, filed a class action lawsuit.
On September 3, 2011, Thomas Baird filed a complaint against Frank R. Owczarek, M.D., and
Eye Care of Delaware, LLC, in
the Superior Court of the State of
Delaware, for the negligent performance of LASIK surgery.