Medical Malpractice Case Results

$10 Million
Spinal Cord Injury
A young teenager became a ventilator-dependent quadriplegic due to medical malpractice in an emergency room. Due to this medical malpractice, his spinal meningitis was misdiagnosed, ultimately resulting in catastrophic spinal cord injury.

$4.5 Million
Brain Injury
A 70-year-old woman suffered severe brain injuries from medical malpractice when an ICU nurse, without a doctor’s order, inserted a nasogastric tube in the patient. Due to an earlier surgery, the tube went into the patient’s brain rather than her stomach. This was the only patient assigned to the nurse during that shift. The nurse failed to read the patient’s chart before deciding, on her own, to insert the tube.

$2.6 Million
Brain Injury
An elderly woman went to the emergency room complaining of severe pain due to sickle cell disease. She received improper care for this condition and, as a result of this medical malpractice, suffered brain injury.

Wrongful Death
An elderly woman died due to complications from a medical procedure.

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