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SPBMCC Partner John Nash Obtains $1.5 Million for Pedestrian Involved In Motor Vehicle Accident

On March 10, 2022, SPBMCC Partner John Nash successfully secured a $1.5 million settlement for a 70-year-old victim of a motor vehicle accident who suffered a permanent traumatic brain injury and multiple fractures as a result of the impact.    70-Year-Old Pedestrian Struck By SUV Sustains Brain Injury and Multiple Fractures    In November of…

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SPBMCC Partner Elizabeth Montesano Obtains $850,000 Settlement in Delayed Breast Cancer Diagnosis

On February 7, 2022, SPBMCC Partner Elizabeth Montesano successfully obtained an $850,000 settlement on behalf of a breast cancer patient who received a delayed diagnosis of Stage 1C aggressive breast cancer.    60-Year-Old Medical Professional Suffers Delayed Diagnosis    The plaintiff, a 60-year-old woman who is a medical professional herself, suffered a one-year delay in…

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What Do I Do If My Breast Cancer Was Misdiagnosed?

This Women’s History Month, we’re highlighting the dangers of misread mammograms that lead to misdiagnoses or delayed diagnoses every year. Medical mistakes that lead to delayed cancer treatment put patients at risk for worsening symptoms, harsher medical treatment, and a higher rate of death, all of which could be prevented with a timely and accurate…

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NYC sees Deadliest February of Car Crashes in 14 Years

New data from Transportation Alternatives shows a spike in red-light running in New York City, consistent with the rise of car accident-related deaths reported in February 2022. Below, the car accident lawyers at SPBMCC detail what may be causing this spike in fatal NYC accidents as well as what you can do as a car…

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Exactech Optetrak Recall: What to Know

The Exactech Optetrak knee replacement system’s defective design and defective packaging have led to thousands of patients experiencing premature polyethylene wear in their knee components. These issues are due to defective polyethylene inserts that may wear out significantly over time, resulting in the need for painful revision surgery for many patients. If you received an…

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