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$5,000,000.00 John W. Carey
John W. Carey

Sodium Given in Place of Formula Causes Brain Damages

Litigation Type - Hospital Negligence

Client Injury - Brain Damage

Sodium given to newborn in place of formula causes brain damage. Read More

$1,000,000.00 Paul F. Schweiger
Paul F. Schweiger

Unnecessary Surgery Causes Foot Drop

Litigation Type - Hospital Negligence

Client Injury - Permanent Foot and Back Injury

Unnecessary surgery and improper methods by surgeon caused permanent foot drop and back injuries. Read More

$405,000.00 John W. Carey
John W. Carey

Teenager Dies as Result of Treatment in Hospital After Auto Accident

Litigation Type - Hospital Negligence

Client Injury - Death

A woman who suffered a skull fracture as a result of a car accident passed away because a condition was not diagnosed (or treated) in the hospital. Read More

$375,000.00 Harry A. Sieben, Jr.
Harry A. Sieben, Jr.

Sponge Left Inside Client Causes Permanent Injuries

Litigation Type - Hospital Negligence

Client Injury - Numerous Infections, Permanent Injuries

A successful cancer surgery proved to be less than successful when a surgical sponge was found weeks later inside the patient and caused serious infections and permanent injuries. Read More

$225,000.00 Paul F. Schweiger
Paul F. Schweiger

Surgical Mistakes During Aortic Aneurysm Causes Permanent Damages

Litigation Type - Hospital Negligence

Client Injury - Disfigurement

Surgical repair of abdominal aortic aneurysm was attempted incorrectly by surgeons which resulted in a much longer surgery, additional surgeries and permanent disfigurement. Read More

Confidential James P. Carey
James P. Carey

Wife Loses Husband Due To Medical Negligence and Carelessness

Litigation Type - Hospital Negligence

Client Injury - Death

Following a surgery, our client was to remain overnight for monitoring. While in recovery, he began complaining of chest pain and restricted breathing. His complaints went on for approximately six hours until unsuccessful attempts were made to intubate him. Read More

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