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$1,100,000 for the wrongful death of a woman who, after being admitted to the hospital for observation for presumed pancreatitis, died as a result of being administered too high a dose of a potent opioid narctotic pain medication and the hospital's failure to adequately monitor her vital signs resulting in respiratory depression and death.


$1,100,000 for a woman who lost function in one of her kidneys due to her physicians' failure to diagnose and treat kidney stones.


$1,000,000 for the wrongful death of an elderly man who suffered an intra-operative bowel perforation that went undiagnosed post-operatively resulting in sepsis and death. The defense argued that bowel perforation was a known risk of the procedure and that the bowel perforatioin was identified and treated in a timely manner.


$1,000,000 for the wrongful death of a woman who suffered a fatal pulmonary embolism because her physician failed to order appropriate anticoagulation medication pre- and post-operatively.


$900,000 for a forklift driver who injured his back and wrist while loading a parked semi-trailer when the support legs on the trailer collapsed. 


$506,000 for the wrongful death of a man with schizophrenia who died as a result of his physician's negligence in failing to diagnose and treat diabetic ketoacidosis. 


$450,000 for a woman who was incorrectly diagnosed as having malignant melanoma, underwent unnecessary surgeries to remove lymph nodes and deleloped lymph edema in one of her legs as a result.


$300,000 for the wrongful death of an 84 year old woman who suffered a perforated trachea during a transesophageal echocardiogram procedure. The defense denied negligence and argured that her death was the result of her many other medical conditions and that, regardless, her life expectancy was significantly reduced because of her many other medical conditions.

$250,000 for the wrongful death of a man who died as a result of the failure to diagnose and treat a vegetation on his aortic valve thus resulting in endocarditis and death. The defense denied negligence and argured that his death was the result of his many other medical conditions (including cancer) and that, regardless, his life expectancy was significantly reduced because of his cancer and other medical conditions.


$250,000 for an elderly man who had to undergo an additional surgery to remove a surgical sponge that was left in his abdomen during a previous abdominal surgical procedure.


$235,000 for a man who lost one of his testicles due to his health care providers' failure to diagnose and treat testicular torsion in a timely manner.


$100,000 (policy limits) for a man who suffered a torn rotator cuff following a rear end automobile collision.


$100,000 (policy limits) for a man who suffered a calcaneous (heel) fracture followng an automobile collision.


$100,000 (policy limits) for a woman who suffered a talar dome (ankle) fracture followng an automobile collision.


$100,000 (policy limits) for an off-duty police officer who suffered a torn rotator cuff following an automobile collision.


$100,000 (policy limits) for a woman who suffered a fracture to her lumbar vertebra and other "soft tissue" injuries following an automobile collision.


$50,000 (policy limits) for a woman who suffered a torn rotator cuff  following a rear end automobile collision.


$50,000 (policy limits) for a girl who suffered "soft tissue" injuries to her neck and back following an automobile collision.

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