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Medical Malpractice Defense Verdicts

Defense Verdict in a Case of Alleged Failure to Diagnose Breast Cancer

Our Claims and Legal team secured a medical malpractice defense verdict in Queens County Supreme Court on behalf of an internist in a case involving an allegation of a delay in diagnosing cancer resulting in metastatic breast cancer in a 28-year old female. The allegation period began on February 9th when [...]

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Defense Verdict in a Case of Dialysis Fistula Infection and Endocarditis

Our Claims and Legal team secured a defense verdict in Bronx County Supreme Court on behalf of a nephrologist, and a nephrology professional corporation in a case involving a 47-year old married male with end stage renal failure on hemodialysis. The plaintiff alleged that our defendant failed to properly attend to [...]

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Defense Verdict in a Case of Middle Cerebral Artery Stroke After Transspehnoidal Surgery

Our Claims and Legal team secured a defense verdict in Suffolk County Supreme Court on behalf of a neurologist, otolaryngologist, infectious disease specialist, and a professional corporation in a case with high exposure. The case concerned an allegation of cavernous sinus thrombosis, left internal carotid artery thrombosis and left middle cerebral [...]

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Defense Verdict in a Case of Appendicitis in a 3 ½-year old Girl.

                  Our claims team obtained a defense verdict on behalf of a pediatrician, a pediatric physician assistant (PA), and an urgent care facility in a case involving the alleged failure to diagnose appendicitis in a 3 ½ year old girl. The events of [...]

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Defense Verdicts in Decubitus Ulcer Malpractice Claims

                  Our claims team is prevailing when defending decubitus ulcer malpractice claims. The history of decubitus ulcer litigation is an interesting one that is mired in misunderstanding. Unfortunately, at the turn of the millennium, some well-intentioned quality and safety organizations coined the term [...]

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Defense Verdict in a Case of Arthroscopic Surgery with Ligament Reconstruction

                  Our claims management team obtained a defense verdict on behalf of an orthopedic surgeon in a case involving an allegation of negligent performance of an arthroscopic surgery with anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction on a 40-year old construction worker. The events of the [...]

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Medical Malpractice Defense Verdict in a Case of Alleged Wrongful Death in a Patient Undergoing a Renal Biopsy

                  Our claims team secured a defense verdict on behalf of a nephrologist, a nephrology professional corporation, and a nurse practitioner in a case involving the alleged wrongful death of a 53 year old patient involving the discontinuation of antiplatelet therapy in order [...]

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Medical Malpractice Defense Verdict in a Case of Subdural Hematoma

                  Our claims management team secured a defense verdict on behalf of an internist/rheumatologist and a nurse practitioner in Queens County Supreme Court in a case involving an allegation of a delayed diagnosis of a subdural hematoma resulting in neurological impairment. The plaintiff [...]

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Defense Verdict in a Pediatric Case of an Intracranial Tumor

                  Our claims management team obtained a defense verdict on behalf of two pediatricians and their limited liability corporation in a case involving an alleged delay in the diagnosis of a large symptomatic meningioma in a 9-year old boy requiring surgery and causing [...]

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Medical Malpractice Defense Verdict in a Case of Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Ear

                  Our claims team secured two medical malpractice defense verdicts at the Supreme Court of Suffolk County, New York, on behalf of a dermatologist and an otolaryngologist in a case involving an alleged delay in the diagnosis of squamous cell carcinoma. The case [...]

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