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This medical malpractice claim was for a cardiac arrest and cognitive impairment resulting from a wrongful prescription of Aricept.
Our client suffered, among other injuries, post-concussion syndrome and vertigo resulting in a fifteen percent permanent partial impairment of the brain.
Our client, an elderly man, was crossing the street in a crosswalk. However, the crossing signal in his direction read “Don’t Walk.” The defendant made a left-hand turn and struck Mr. Adams, causing injuries that included a fracture of the cervical spine. The defendant fled the scene but was apprehended after a witness gave the police his license number. The defense paid almost all of the $250,000 insurance policy limits.
This medical malpractice claim was for delayed diagnosis of mesenteric ischemia, causing massive infection, extended hospitalization, and disfiguring scars.
A tractor-trailer truck struck our client’s service vehicle from behind. Our client sustained multiple herniations and bulges in the cervical and lumbar spines resulting in twenty-five percent permanent partial impairment to the cervical spine and ten percent permanent partial impairment to the lumbar spine.