Botched Hysterectomy

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SPBMCC has a history of representing women and families in Medical Malpractice matters. In December 2021, Partner, Vito Cannavo represented a Staten Island couple that was awarded $10 million after botched hysterectomy. Attorneys at Sullivan Papin have also represented numerous Breast Cancer survivors and victims. 

The firm takes great pride in representing New York and New Jersey families and individuals that have suffered due to negligence on hospitals, doctors, nurses and staff. Medical malpractice occurs when a medical professional, through a negligent act or omission, causes death or injury to a patient. Medical professionals have a responsibility to provide quality care to each patient they serve. When hospitals, doctors, nurses and staff fail to perform their duties with the highest level of competence and care, their patients may suffer serious or fatal injuries. Medical malpractice can be based on errors or omissions related to diagnosis, treatment, follow up care or health management.

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Consult with an experienced Medical Malpractice attorney at Sullivan Papain McGrath Coffinas and Cannavo P.C by calling 212-732-9000 or filling out the form below for your free consultation. 

Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Before deciding on an attorney, you should give this matter careful thought.

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Botched Hysterectomy – Verdict
Botched Hysterectomy - Verdict

Staten Island couple awarded $10 million after botched hysterectomy

SPBMCC Member Elizabeth Montesano Obtains $2 Million in Medical Malpractice Case
$2 million

On Nov. 17, 2023, SPBMCC Member Elizabeth Montesano, Esq., successfully obtained a $2 million settlement for the family of a 39-year-old woman who died of complications following needless gastrointestinal procedures. 

Erb’s Palsy – Recovery
Erb's Palsy - Recovery

An infant was injured at birth when a hospital doctor carelessly damaged some of her nerves causing the baby to have Erb’s Palsy.