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Firm Partner Eleni Coffinas Obtains Settlement of $2,100,000 for Breast Cancer Victim’s Family

January 29, 2021 in

In a Nassau courtroom on January 12th, 2021, firm partner and top trial attorney Eleni Coffinas obtained a settlement totaling $2,100,000 for the family of a woman who passed away after her radiologist failed to diagnose her breast cancer in a timely manner. 

 

A Breast Cancer Diagnosis Delay Led to the Death of a 37-Year-Old Wife and Mother

 

A breast cancer patient passed away after suffering a six-month delay in receiving a breast cancer diagnosis. Her radiologist failed to properly diagnose her condition, as he misread her studies and failed to detect any sign of breast cancer. Ultimately, the woman’s breast cancer was not properly diagnosed until six months later, and by then it was too late—the patient eventually succumbed to her cancer, and is survived by her husband and 14-year-old daughter. 

 

Firm Partner Eleni Coffinas Obtains Multi-Million Dollar Settlement for the Patient’s Family

 

Attorney Eleni Coffinas represented the late breast cancer patient’s family in court, where a settlement of $2,100,000 was reached to alleviate the pain and suffering placed on the patient’s family as well as the loss of parental guidance for their now-teenage daughter. 

 

Learn More About Top New York Trial Attorney Eleni Coffinas

 

Eleni Coffinas is a member of the firm and leads one of the firm’s medical malpractice units. An experienced and highly effective trial advocate, Ms. Coffinas has won many seven- and eight-figure verdicts and settlements in medical malpractice cases. To learn more about Eleni Coffinas and other notable cases she has litigated, click here.

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