A patient received injections of pain medication into his cervical spine. The next day, he suffered a spinal stroke at the injection site, leaving him with permanent paralysis and pain. He and his wife brought a medical malpractice action against the surgeon, the anesthesiologist, and the hospital.
Suit by elderly patient and her children against a nursing home for a bedsore appearing on the patient while the patient stayed at the facility to recover from a stroke.
A patient who sustained spinal damage during spinal surgery sued her surgeon and the hospital for medical malpractice.
A patient who alleged damage to his vision and other adverse side effects from his “lasik” surgery brought a malpractice action against his eye surgeon.
Medical malpractice action brought by a woman who underwent surgery to her cervical spine. When the patient was dissatisfied with the results, she underwent a second spinal surgery, which included fusion.
Medical malpractice action brought on behalf of a minor alleging that his dentist negligently performed dental care on him when he was three years old.
Medical malpractice/wrongful death action arising out of the death of a patient due to colon cancer, subsequent to defendant doctor conducting a colonoscopy.
Patient sued his spine surgeon, the anesthesiologist, and the hospital for medical malpractice and for fraud, contending that he received bad results from the spine surgery because the lead surgeon left the operating room during the 5.5 hour surgery to perform other surgeries. The patient contended the surgeon had led him to believe the surgery would last just one hour, requiring just one overnight stay in the hospital, but instead plaintiff was temporarily unable to move his legs below his knees, and was hospitalized post-operatively for 10 days.
Action by a patient against her surgeon, alleging that the surgeon improperly failed to perform post-cancer surgery breast reconstruction surgery as he had agreed to do.
A model alleged she sustained a disfiguring bedsore due to alleged substandard post-operative care by a hospital.
A woman underwent a breast biopsy, and during the procedure her right silicone breast implant was punctured. Because of this complication, the patient went to a hospital to undergo another breast biopsy, and underwent immediate surgery to remove the punctured implant. The patient then sued the doctor who performed the corrective surgery, and the hospital, for medical negligence.
A patient of a dentist employed by a university dental school sued for medical negligence and breach of contract for failure to provide treatment as outlined in its treatment plans for her.
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