Spinal Fusion Surgery
Client was disabled by unnecessary spinal fusion surgery.
Birth Injury During Labor
Case involving a substantial birth injury during labor.
Client who suffered permanent brain injury due to a hospital pain medication overdose.
Breech birth medical malpractice case
Brain-Damaged Obese Woman
An obese woman who became brain damaged and is now required to live in a long-term care facility after a stay at a New Jersey hospital was awarded more than $8 million in damages. In Terris v. Cohen, Sandra Terris, an obese women, was given a higher-than-normal dose of the narcotic Dilaudid to control pain and "out-of-control-diabetes" after a car accident, according to court documents.
Medical Malpractice Verdict in Rural County
In this case, the Plaintiff alleged the defendant, an emergency medicine specialist, was negligent for discharging the Plaintiff, after failing to diagnose and treat a pulmonary embolism in the emergency room, which led to the death of
Woman suffered severe neurological injures due to a hospital's failure to timely treat the signs and symptoms of a stroke.
Mother and child permanently injured as a result of their obstetrician's negligence of labor and delivery.
Client had nerve damage from a post-operative injection
Child born with neurological injures because the attending obstetrician canceled a emergency C-section.
Ten month old child suffered destruction of her right eye global and blindness due to negligence in connection with lazy eye surgery.
Failure to Diagnose
Plaintiff's descendent had symptoms including fever, coughing, dehydration, inability to eat, diarrhea, shortness of breath and difficulty breathing. She was pregnant in her third trimester. She was diagnosed with a viral syndrome and discharged with an oral antibiotic. Her condition did not improve and returned to hospital. She slipped into a coma, at which time an emergency C-section was performed. She suffered a collapsed lung, acute respiratory distress syndrome, and died of bilateral pneumonia.
Failure to Diagnose
63 year old husband and father who died because the attending physician failed to diagnose and treat a dissecting aortic aneurysm.
Rhabdomyolysis misdiagnosis case
Recovery for the death of a 42 year old as a result of a physician improperly prescribing methadone to treat his chronic pain.
Paralyzed man Accepts $1M to Settle Suit over Undiagnosed Sign of Stroke
On Dec. 4, 2007, our client went to see a doctor complaining of intermittent light-headedness and double vision. He had risk factors for heart disease, including hypertension, hyperlipidemia and prior smoking. He was referred to a ophthalmologist and ordered a carotid artery test. On Dec. 31st, he suffered the stroke. The suit charged that the doctor failed to diagnose a transient ischemic attack, often a stroke precursor, and failed to meet the standard of care. He did not consult a neurologist, admit our client to a hospital, or administer anti-platelet agents, the suit alleged.
Fatal Misdiagnosis Suit | Stewart v. Terrigno
A Cumberland County jury awarded nearly $800,000 over a fatal misdiagnosis of a pulmonary embolism.