New York Personal Injury Attorneys
Eleni Coffinas Secures $3.6 Million Settlement in Medical Misdiagnosis Case
In a Queens court on September 1st, 2021, top trial attorney Eleni Coffinas secured a $3.6 million settlement on behalf of a woman who suffered an endometrial cancer diagnosis delay.
37-Year-Old Patient Diagnosis with Benign Fibroids, Actually Suffering from Endometrial Cancer
An otherwise healthy, 37-year-old flight attendant experienced an eight-month delay in receiving an endometrial cancer diagnosis. The physician overseeing her care failed to perform an endometrial biopsy, and as such, misdiagnosed her cancer and concluded that her symptoms were due to benign fibroids.
By the time the patient was accurately diagnosed with endometrial cancer, eight months had passed and her cancer had progressed to stage IV. Her cancer had also metastasized to other parts of her body, including her colon. If she would have been diagnosed eight months earlier, her cancer would have been at an earlier stage and easier to treat, affording her a better prognosis.
SPBMCC Senior Partner Eleni Coffinas Secures $3.6 Million On Behalf of the Plaintiff
The plaintiff sought out the legal counsel of SPBMCC, and top trial attorney Eleni Coffinas represented her in her case. Coffinas fought hard for her client in court and asserted that the plaintiff would have received a more hopeful prognosis had her doctor followed his duty of care to the best of his abilities. Ultimately, Coffinas secured a significant settlement on behalf of her client, totaling $3.6 million dollars to go towards the pain and suffering incurred as a result of her misdiagnosis.
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The knowledgeable and experienced attorneys at SPBMCC have ample experience securing deserved settlements for victims of medical malpractice and medical negligence. To learn more about firm Partner and medical malpractice litigation leader Eleni Coffinas and her remarkable track-record of settlements and verdicts, click here.