Medical Malpractice Cases
In a medical malpractice lawsuit for an eight-year old girl who sustained a brain injury due to negligent medical treatment. Her hospital and treating doctors, including her pediatrician and a geneticist, were liable for a misdiagnosis of congenital hypothyroidism as a result of the hospital losing her Newborn Screen Test, which tests for congenital hypothyroidism.
For the family of 45-year-old man who died as a result of failure to diagnose bacterial meningitis.
For the death of a man who suffered an air embolism after undergoing a cardiac catheterization.
For a patient whose doctor failed to diagnose an infection in the knee.
For the family of a 25-year-old woman who died after complications involving her pregnancy.
For the family of an infant who experienced an injury at birth, resulting in death.
For the victim of a permanent hand injury caused by a failure to manage bacterial infection.
For an ironworker injured during rehab as a result of nursing malpractice. The verdict occurred in the City of St. Louis.
For an 84-year old man who was given the wrong medication by hospital staff following a routine heart procedure, which resulted in respiratory arrest, intubation, resuscitation and a coma.
For a patient who lost sight in one eye due to the failure of the doctor to properly treat and follow up on a condition.