Claims Against Dr. Oz Over Home Remedy Mishap Are Dismissed

, New York Law Journal


An elderly New Jersey man who severely burned his feet after attempting a sleeplessness remedy suggested by a popular television personality cannot sustain a personal injury action against the physician, no matter how much he cherished Dr. Oz's advice, a judge in Manhattan has ruled.

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  • rnh

    Dominick Gullo: Your client overheats the rice after being warned to only warm it; apparently doesn't test it with his hands or other part of his body, knowing that he has limited sensation in his feet; and you want to hold Dr. Oz responsible? Was your client even using the rice for the recommended purpose of warming his feet and helping him to sleep?

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