Delay in Treatment Cases

Type of Case Settlement
Patient with Sleep Apnea Suffers Respiratory and Cardiac Arrest Following Appendectomy $7,000,000.00
Patient Suffered Profound Brain Damage Following Thyroid Surgery $6,000,000.00
Negligently Performed Sinus Surgery $2,300,000.00
Brain Injury During Cardiac Pacemaker Surgery $2,100,000.00
Failure to Timely Diagnose and Treat Peritonitis Following Outpatient Colonoscopic Polypectomy Leading to Sepsis and Death $1,900,000.00
Failure to Timely Diagnose Heart Attack $1,100,000.00
Pediatric Radiation Oncology Case $1,000,000.00
Failure to Timely Diagnose and Treat Lung Cancer $700,000.00
The Decedent was a 69-year-old otherwise healthy male who presented to ABC Emergency Room $800,000.00
Failure to Timely Deliver Full Term Baby In Fetal Distress Resulting in Stillborn Death $670,000.00
Death Of 12 Day-Old Baby $650,000.00
Failure To Timely Diagnose And Treat Diabetic Foot Infection Leading To Death $650,000.00
Video-Assisted Thoracic Surgery (VATS) for a Pulmonary Nodule Resulting in Death $600,000.00
Failure to Diagnose Diabetes in Psychiatric Patient $598,000.00
58 Year Old Woman Underwent An Elective Cholecystectomy $550,000.00
Failure to Timely Treat Testicular Cancer $550,000.00
Wrongful Death of 6-Week-Old Baby $525,000.00
Failure to Timely Diagnose Vascular Injury Leading to Amputation exceeds $500,000.00
Jury Verdict $500,000.00
Failure to Diagnose and Treat Breast Cancer $500,000.00
Failure to Diagnose and Treat an infection $500,000.00
Failure to Timely Diagnose and Treat Cardiac Disease $425,000.00
Failure to Timely Treat Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm $400,000.00
Failure to timely diagnose lung cancer $350,000.00
Negligent Care and Treatment of Skin Ulcers Leading to Sepsis and Death $335,000.00
Failure To Diagnose A High Grade Bone Cancer – Osteosarcoma (Bone Tumor) in John Doe’s Right Upper Leg Leading To Death of 36-Year-Old Man $312,500.00
Failure to Timely Treat Pulmonary Embolism Leading to Death $300,000.00
Retained Foreign Object During C-Section $275,000.00
Nursing home case Failure to timely treat decubitus skin ulcers Confidential