October 27, 2005

Dr. Anthony Kameen Employs Prejudicial Racial Tactics to Escape Justice

Batson challenge delays LASIK trial A lawyer's medical malpractice suit against a doctor who performs LASIK vision correction surgery was postponed yesterday after the plaintiff successfully argued that the defense improperly struck black jurors from the panel. Represented by his law partner Jay D. Miller, George Psoras Jr. alleges he went blind in one eye after undergoing LASIK. Miller said the case against Dr. Anthony Kameen will be one of the first LASIK cases to go to trial in Maryland....
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October 14, 2005

1/3 of LASIK Patients Unhappy With Results

Survey Finds More Than Two Million Americans Not Satisfied With Lasik Results CHICAGO, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly 1 in 3 Americans have complained of under or over correction in one or both eyes, loss of quality of vision, vision fluctuations and poor vision in dark conditions, after undergoing Lasik surgery. The survey conducted by Synovate and commissioned by NeuroVision Pte Ltd, also found that of all Americans who experience these conditions, those in the South and the mid-West,...
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October 01, 2005

Dr. Anthony Kameen Sued by George Psoras for Medical Malpractice

On May 22, 1998 Anthony Kameen, M.D. performed Laser Refractive Surgery, LASIK, upon the Plaintiff, resulting in retinal tears and detachment in Plaintiff's left eye resulting in total blindness.
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Posted by Admin at 12:47 PM