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Medical Malpractice

Do You Know Who is Taking Care of You in the Hospital? Part Two

October 24, 2019 in
For years, hospitals and medical centers have attempted to limit their financial exposure for the medical malpractice of the professionals who work within their facility. They have attempted to do this by contracting with third-party professional corporations, sometimes local and at other times national...
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SPBMC Attorney James Wilkens Obtains $3.3 Million Settlement in Medical Malpractice Case

September 25, 2019 in
SPBMC trial attorney James Wilkens recently obtained a significant settlement in medical malpractice suit. The case involved a man who was widowed with two children on the autism spectrum when his wife died suddenly on June 15, 2015. Plaintiff ultimately received a $3.3 million...
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Misdiagnosis and Mismanagement of Strokes Can Lead to Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

September 13, 2019 in
Unfortunately, instances can occur in which medical professionals fail to properly diagnose a stroke in a patient, which can result in devastating consequences. In events like these, the affected patient or their loved ones may be entitled to file a medical malpractice lawsuit against...
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SPBMC Member David J. Dean Recovers $9.7 Million in Medical Malpractice Case

August 26, 2019 in
SPBMC Member David J. Dean recovers $9.7 million dollar verdict after medical professionals failed to diagnose and subsequently treat excessive blood loss following a patient’s cesarean section, which resulted in her death.  Woman Dies Due to Excessive Blood Loss Following Cesarean Section On January...
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SPBMC Counsel James Wilkens Obtains $2.2 Million Settlement for Cancer Patient

August 19, 2019 in
SPBMC Counsel James Wilkens recently obtained a $2.2 million settlement after a client with gastric cancer was improperly diagnosed, leading to a Stage IV progression that has severely reduced her survival outlook.   Mr. Wilkens’ client, a 42-year-old woman named Karen Korszenbojn-Berger, visited the offices...
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