Verdicts and Settlements
These are some of the Case Results of our Clients who we had the pleasure of respresenting.
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Settlements and Verdicts
Settlement for emergency room failure to diagnose an aortic aneurysm
Settlement following robotic appendectomy surgery
Cardiovascular Surgical Error
Anesthesia Death Case
Misreading a pap smear leading to cancer.
Delayed diagnosis of melanoma.
Semi-Truck accident settlement
Misdiagnosed Intestinal Torsion
Settlement for failure to address post-surgical bleeding
Settlement for radiologist failure to note dissecting aorta
Verdict for the death of a 9-year-old child with Rocky Mountain spotted fever
Verdict for a brain-damaged infant
Verdict for the death of a 40-year-old mother after a tonsillectomy
Verdict for a woman with an improperly reduced tibial fracture
Settlement for failure to diagnose cardiac failure after a valve surgery
Settlement for failure to diagnose sepsis, leading to the death of a 50-year-old father
Settlement for a medication error leading to the death of a patient
Settlement for failure to diagnose a cerebral aneurysm
Settlement for the brain injury of a baby in a twin delivery
Settlement for the brain injury of a baby delivered after failed forceps
Settlement for lab error causing a life-threatening infection
Settlement for birth injury at a government hospital
Settlement for hospital failing to notice fetal distress
Settlement for death during surgery
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