Monday marked a new chapter in the wild story of an Indiana nose and throat doctor.
Boyer said he visited the doctor six years ago because he couldn't breathe well.
"And when he went to have surgery, it didn't work," Rooth said. "And eight months later he found out from another doctor that Dr.
Weinberger did not do the surgeries that he said he did and that he billed for it."
One of the cases against Weinberger includes a patient who ultimately died while in his care. Just days after Phyllis Barnes' death,
While in hiding, Weinberger was indicted by a federal grand jury, accused of overbilling insurance companies for surgeries that were either not needed or not even performed.
Lawyers in the first malpractice case against the doctor aren't just seeking justice for one of his former patients, but for the nearly 300 who have have also filed suit against him.
Weinberger is not expected to attend the trial.
The federal case against him will begin in November.