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Top Trial Attorney Eleni Coffinas Recovers $1,500,000 in Kings County Medical Malpractice Case

In a Kings County court on September 30th, 2021, firm Partner and top trial attorney Eleni Coffinas obtained a settlement amounting to $1,500,000 for a woman whose breast cancer metastasized after a six-month delay in her radiation treatment.       Surgical Injury Delays Plaintiff’s Radiation Therapy By Six Weeks, Cancer Recurs   The plaintiff…

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Montesano Negotiates $1,350,000 Settlement For Plaintiff in CT Scan Misdiagnosis Case

In a King’s County court on October 26, 2021, firm Partner Elizabeth Montesano successfully obtained a $1,350,000 settlement in a cancer misdiagnosis case.   Radiologist Misreads CT Scan of Patient Suffering From Leiomyosarcoma    SPBMCC’s Elizabeth Montesano represented the daughter of a 59-year-old Brooklyn woman who died from an advanced and terminal stage of cancer…

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Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis Statistics in Light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month—a period that recognizes the struggles of breast cancer survivors and raises awareness for annual campaigns organized by breast cancer charities. This October, in light of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, our firm is raising awareness by acknowledging the severity of a breast cancer misdiagnosis.    Below, our team outlines startling…

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I Was Injured By a Medical Device. Can I File a Lawsuit?

Medical devices are beneficial and sometimes even life-saving for individuals suffering from medical conditions—cardiac pacemakers keep the heart pumping when beats turn slow or irregular, hip replacements allow many people to be mobile without chronic pain, and surgical mesh is intended to prevent hernia patients from suffering future recurrences.   While these devices are meant…

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Injured Troops Can Now File Medical Malpractice Claims Against the U.S. Military

Since 1950, U.S. military personnel have been barred from seeking compensation against the U.S. military for medical malpractice claims no matter how negligent the treatment and how unfortunate the injuries. However, legislation passed by Congress now permits service members to file Administrative claims for medical malpractice. Below, the experienced New York personal injury attorneys at…

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