Medical malpractice for failure to properly treat cancer.
For plaintiff who suffered from a missed diagnosis of Cauda Equine Syndrome (CES)
Plaintiff, 27 years old, had previous Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma which compromised her cardiac and kidney functions. Went to hospital complaining of pain and tingling down both legs. Despite complaints, no proper diagnosis was made and unnecessary delays resulted in both legs having to be amputated.
Medical negligence case for failure to timely diagnose Merkell cell cancer in a 50-year old woman.
Settlement for death of a newborn who was administered 10 times the ordered level of calcium chloride in a dosage miscalculation by a nurse. She died in her mother’s arms. Settlement is confidential at request of the clients.
Settlement for a fetal death when doctor failed to recognize or treat dangerous cord presentation and low amniotic fluid.
Settlement for failure to diagnose prostate cancer.