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Medical Malpractice Cases

Failure to Diagnose and Treat Lyme's Disease
Our client, a 42-year-old woman, received an insect bite and sought medical treatment from a series of physicians which failed to diagnose and promptly treat her condition of Lyme's Disease with early antibiotic treatment. Settlement confidential.

Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy and Bile Duct Injury
Our client was a 75-year-old man who underwent a laparoscopic cholecystectomy at a Veterans Hospital, and during the laparoscopic procedure an injury occurred to the common bile duct. Subsequent surgeries were required, including a roux-en-y choledochojejunostomy. The client had numerous bouts of sepsis and hospitalizations. Settlement under Federal Torts Claim.

Failure to Diagnose Staphylococcus Aureus Infection
Our client, a minor child, was born prematurely and discharged from an area hospital. She thereafter returned to her pediatrician's office following her discharge with swelling in her lower extremity. A delay occurred, and then when the child was re-admitted to the hospital, the staphylococcus aureus infection was diagnosed and developed into osteomyelitis into her femur and ankle. Settlement confidential.

Failure to Diagnose Auto Immune Inner Ear Disease and Otosclerosis
Our client was a 41-year-old woman who had auto immune inner ear disease. An otolaryngologist performed a stapendectomy on her ear, which resulted in deafness. Jury trial resulted in a verdict of $2.6 million dollars.

Failure to Perform Pericardiocentesis in a Timely Manner
Our client and parents involving a minor child who underwent a cardiac angioplasty procedure which resulted in an injury to the aorta, and the child developed cardiac tamponade, resulting in extreme hypoxia ischemia encephalopathy from failure to perform pericardiocentesis in a timely manner. Settlement confidential.

Negligent Prescription and Combination of Medication Causing Patient's Suicide
Client died from suicide from what was alleged to by a prescribed overdose of medication and improper combination of medicines contributing to person's suicide. Settlement under Federal Torts Claim Act.
 




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