Thomas J. Johnson recently reelected to the Board of Directors of the South Dakota Guardianship Program
Thomas J. Johnson has recently been reelected to the Board of Directors of the South Dakota Guardianship Program. This program provides assistance for persons in need of guardians and conservators in the state of South Dakota.
County treasurer sues chiropractor after stroke
A Mitchell woman is suing a chiropractor for allegedly causing her to have a stroke. The lawsuit was filed Wednesday at the Davison County Clerk of Court’s Office by plaintiff Christie Gunkel, who recently became treasurer of Davison County. Gunkel claims an Aug. 8 neck adjustment she received from Gary Hendrix, a chiropractor with an office located at 310 N. Lawler St. in Mitchell, caused a “dissection,” or tear, in an artery in her neck, resulting in a stroke. In her complaint, Gunkel alleges Hendrix breached the standard of care and failed to inform Gunkel of all the risks involved in the neck adjustment. Gunkel is represented by attorney Renee H. Christensen, of Sioux Falls. More at http://www.mitchellrepublic.com/event/article/id/75002/
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