Failure to Treat Pre-Eclampsia – $5.3 Million Recovered
Hospital’s failure to properly treat pre-eclampsia in pregnant woman resulting in seizure causing loss of oxygen to baby in utero. As a result the baby was born with severe brain damage.
Surgical Injury to Pancreas – Paraplegia – $5.2 Million Recovered
A 70-year-old man became a paraplegic when his surgeon injured the patient’s pancreas during the surgery and didn’t diagnose and treat the complications but instead went on a vacation.
Birth Related Injury -Baby Dropped After Delivery – $5 Million Recovered
Newborn baby fell in the delivery room floor as a result of physician’s failure to pay appropriate attention during the delivery. As a result of the fall, the newborn suffered extensive neurological injuries for which she would require life-long care.
Failure to Treat Blood Disorder – $4.6 Million Recovered
A 31-year-old woman suffered the amputation of one of her arms and a stroke affecting the other arm due to the negligence of the hospital staff in failing to provide appropriate thrombolytic and anticoagulation therapy.
Failure to Treat DVT – $3.5 Million Recovered
Death of a 27-year-old woman as a result of the failure on the part of her doctors to treat deep vein thrombosis and a pulmonary embolism.
Negligent Eye Care – $3.5 Million Recovered
A 35-year-old patient who was blind in one eye had his functioning eye examined by a hospital doctor who carelessly put his contact lens into the wrong solution, blinding his sighted eye.
Failure to Properly Use Medical Equipment – $3 Million Recovered
Hospital’s negligent assembly of a heart lung bypass machine resulted in a 3-year-old boy suffering a stroke while undergoing surgery. As a result, the child suffered left sided paralysis, seizures, gross developmental delays and cognitive and perceptual disability.
Improper Monitoring of Newborn – $3 Million Recovered
Hospital and its medical personnel were negligent in failing to properly monitor a newborn infant who suffered a cardio respiratory arrest and did not receive timely intervention resulting in severe neurological injuries.
Failure to Treat Head Injury – $2.9 Million Recovered
Hospital emergency department’s delay in treating 58-year old patient’s head injury resulted in her death.
Failure to Treat Pre-Eclampsia – $2.6 Million Recovered
A 35-year-old married mother died 6 days after the birth of her second child because physicians failed to properly treat pre-eclampsia around the time of childbirth.
Failure to Treat Pre-Eclampsia – $2.5 Million Recovered
39-year-old mother of two died shortly after the birth of her baby because hospital doctors caring for her did not properly treat hypertension and pre-eclampsia.
Failure to Treat Pre-Eclampsia – $2.5 Million Recovered
Death of a 34-year-old mother of two children shortly after childbirth due to the negligence of the physicians in treating pre-eclampsia.
Failure to Treat Urinary Tract Infection – $2.3 Million Recovered
47-year-old, married and mother of two, suffered brain damage when a urinary tract infection was improperly treated causing her to have an extremely high fever and seizures that caused brain damage.
Failure to Diagnose and Treat Kidney Disease – $2.15 Million Recovered
Failure to diagnose and treat kidney disease in 30-year-old man resulted in need for kidney transplant and a shortened life expectancy.
Failure to Administer Blood Transfusion – $2.05 Million Recovered
50-year-old firefighter died when hospital doctors who knew that he had been bleeding internally failed to give him a transfusion and when his surgeon who was five minutes away didn’t come to the hospital. He was survived by his wife, two adult children and a 17-year-old son.
Doctor Carved Initials on Patient’s Abdomen – $1.85 Million Recovered
Obtained for our client only a few months after a lawsuit was filed against a doctor who carved his initials on the patient’s lower abdomen following a Cesarean Section, leaving her with a permanent scar.
Birth Related Injury – IV Infiltrate – $1.8 Million Recovered
Premature baby boy suffered a burn to his hand due to an IV infiltrate at the hospital where he was born resulting in skin graft surgeries and therapy.
Birth Related Injury – $1.75 Million Recovered
Death of a 25-year-old married woman during childbirth due to the physicians’ failure to perform a timely delivery via cesarean section.
Birth Related Injury – IV Infiltrate – $1.75 Million Recovered
Negligent I.V. placement for surgery in a 2-week-old baby resulted in an I.V. infiltrate and loss of parts of her fingers of her right hand.
Birth Related Injury – IV Infiltrate – $1.7 Million Recovered
Loss of three fingers on the right hand of a pre-mature baby because physicians in the hospital negligently inserted an IV, causing an IV infiltrate.
Emergency Room Neglect – $1.5 Million Recovered
Failure to properly treat and administer emergency care resulted in death of 38-year-old mother of four.
Failure to Treat Fractured Leg – Amputation – $1.4 Million Recovered
Failure to diagnose and treat a fractured left leg in 38-year-old patient caused an infection at the wound site which resulted in the below-the-knee amputation of his leg.
Neurosurgical Malpractice – $1.4 Million Recovered
Unnecessary and overly aggressive surgery to remove tumor resulted in loss of vision in young girl.
Dental Malpractice – Jaw Infection – $1.35 Million Recovered
A 44 year old woman acquired an infection in her jaw from an injection used to help open her mouth in order to fit a prosthetic device used to treat TMJ. Her dentist failed to appreciate her complaints over the next few days leading to the spread of the infection and permanent jaw damage.
Emergency Room Neglect – $1.2 Million Recovered
50-year-old motorcyclist survived collision with car, but died as a result of hospital emergency room neglect.
Improper Post Surgical Care – $1.2 Million Recovered
After the removal of a colorectal tumor, a 68-year-old patient had severe swelling which was not properly recognized or treated by his doctor resulting in substantial loss of his bowel and requiring a permanent colostomy.
Excessive Medication – $1 Million Recovered
Hospital’s excessive administration of anti-coagulation medications for atrial fibrillation resulted in a 57-year-old patient, married and a mother of four, suffering spontaneous internal bleeding which went undiagnosed and untreated causing her death.
*These results do not guarantee a similar outcome.