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• We obtained a $5.42 million jury verdict for the wrongful death of a 55-year-old cancer patient due to an adverse reaction to a chemotherapy drug.
• We settled a medical malpractice case against a cardiologist and two hospitals for $1,250,000. The case involved the death of a 28-year-old father from a treatable heart condition.
• A patient’s delayed diagnoses of colon cancer resulted in the cancer’s inoperability, making an already agonizing situation ultimately tragic. We achieved a $300,000 settlement for the family.
• A patient died when he was not properly monitored for sleep apnea after a surgery. We achieved a significant settlement for the patient’s bereaved family.
• We obtained a $700,000 verdict against a Chicago hospital for a patient with severe osteoporosis whose fall precautions were not followed.
• We settled a medical malpractice case involving radiation burns suffered by a prostate cancer patient. The settlement amount was $400,000.
• We settled a medical malpractice case involving an untreated ankle fracture for $400,000.
• We settled a case against a Chicago hospital involving an improperly performed plastic surgery. The settlement amount was $250,000.
Failure of Diagnosis:
• We settled a medical malpractice case against a doctor who failed to diagnose and treat an aneurysm (which ruptured and caused a brain injury). The settlement was for $1,000,000.
• We settled a medical malpractice case against a major Chicago hospital. The case involved the failure to diagnose and treat a cardiac condition in a timely manner, the result of which was a double leg amputation. The settlement amount was $1,000,000.
• We settled a Kansas prison medical staff malpractice case. The staff failed to diagnose and treat pulmonary emboli. The settlement amount was $500,000.
• We settled a malpractice case against a prominent podiatrist.
• We settled a case involving our client who was mistakenly given the wrong medication by a local pharmacy.
• A one-year-old’s necessary medication was withdrawn by the treating physician, resulting in the child’s permanent brain injury and profound mental incapacity. We achieved a very significant settlement for the child’s family.