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SPBMCC Partner Eleni Coffinas Obtains $3 Million Settlement in Medical Malpractice Case

March 9, 2020 in
SPBMCC Partner Eleni Coffinas recently recovered a $3,000,000 settlement in a medical malpractice case involving a young wife and mother who lost her life after doctors failed to follow proper protocol for the high risk that she would develop a blood clot. Wife and...
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SPBMCC Partner Eleni Coffinas Obtains $1.425 Million Settlement in Medical Malpractice Case

March 8, 2020 in
SPBMCC Partner Eleni Coffinas recovered a $1,425,000 settlement in medical malpractice case where the plaintiff’s breast cancer worsened due to the negligence of her obstetrician-gynecologist.  Plaintiff Suffers Worsening Breast Cancer Diagnosis After Her Doctor Fails to Issue a Referral and a Sonogram That Was...
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SPBMCC Partner Eleni Coffinas Recovers One Million Dollar Settlement in Medical Malpractice Suit

March 7, 2020 in
SPBMCC Partner Eleni Coffinas recently obtained a one-million-dollar settlement in a medical malpractice case. A 60-year-old woman died after the medical professionals in charge of her care failed to carry out treatment in a proper or timely manner. Woman Dies After a Two-Hour Delay...
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What is the Medical Malpractice Statute Of Limitations for Minor Children?

January 30, 2020 in
New York state law specifically extends the time to bring a medical malpractice lawsuit for a minor child. Medical malpractice claims in New York must typically be filed within two and a half years of the day the injury occurred. However, there is an...
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Can I Seek Compensation for Emotional Distress Caused by a Doctor?

January 29, 2020 in
Emotional distress caused by a doctor’s intentional or negligent act, can at times be worse than a physical injury. In some cases, victims may be entitled to compensation. However, because emotional distress on its own is not easily quantified and cannot be seen, it...
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