Gregory Scott, et al v. Northern Louisiana Medical Ctr

Plaintiff - Appellant: GREGORY SCOTT, individually & on behalf of the minor J.S. as Parent and Tutor and MICHELLE SCOTT, individually & on behalf of the minor J.S. as Parent and Tutor
Defendant - Appellee: RUSTON LOUISIANA HOSPITAL COMPANY, L.L.C., doing business as Northern Louisiana Medical Center
Case Number: 17-30827
Filed: October 12, 2017
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other Personal Liability

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Plaintiff - appellant: GREGORY SCOTT, individually & on behalf of the minor J.S. as Parent and Tutor
Represented By: Russell A. Woodard
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Plaintiff - appellant: MICHELLE SCOTT, individually & on behalf of the minor J.S. as Parent and Tutor
Represented By: Russell A. Woodard
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Defendant - appellee: RUSTON LOUISIANA HOSPITAL COMPANY, L.L.C., doing business as Northern Louisiana Medical Center
Represented By: Kurt Stephen Blankenship
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