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Case Results

Case Results

  • $3.9 Million Medical Malpractice – Failure to timely diagnose Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) resulting in blindness. This premature baby was born at 26 weeks gestation and was at high risk of ROP. The mother was advised that the baby’s eyes were mature. Mature eyes do not develop ROP. 2 months later the child was again examined and found to have Stage 5 ROP bilaterally (detached retinas).
  • $3.5 Million Medical Malpractice – Failure to timely diagnose and treat Retinopathy of Prematurity resulting in blindness. This premature baby was born at 30 weeks gestation and was at risk for ROP. Communication errors occurred between medical providers and the mother. Time is of the essence in treating babies with serious ROP. The baby was not timely seen and went on to have stage 5 ROP bilaterally (detached retinas). Multiple surgeries were unsuccessful.
  • $3 MillionWelder’s flash eye injuries – construction site injury. Crane operator exposed to unprotected welder’s flash over time developed eye damage precluding him from working as a crane operator. Frye motion was successfully defeated.
  • $2.8 Million – Paratransit Negligence – failure to provide physician ordered door to door passenger assistance to a 54 year old female dialysis patient, resulting in Plaintiff’s fall, tri-malleolar fracture, 3 surgeries, eventual below the knee amputation and placement in a nursing home.
  • $1.8 Million – Construction accident – Building collapse due to pre-existing wall’s poor wall condition and the placement of a load in excess of bearing capacity onto trusses. Subcontractor noticed bowing trusses and failed to take immediate corrective action. Additional $500K+ in workers compensation benefits was won.
  • $1.5 Million – Elevator accident – failure to level. Plaintiff tripped and fell on an elevator, suffering multiple bunt trauma injuries resulting in 3 surgeries and total disability of 54 year old. Additional $450K in workers compensation benefits was obtained.
  • $1.35 Million Medical Malpractice – Failure to timely diagnose Phenylketonuria (PKU) in a newborn. The newborn screening performed on this baby failed to detect PKU. By the time the child was diagnosed at over 2 years of age, she had severe developmental delays due to PKU. The defense argued it was atypical PKU and that the testing was properly performed.
  • $1.15 MillionDrowning of 3 year old – unprotected attractive nuisance. This child was with other young children playing near an abandoned and unprotected waterway pier. She fell off of the pier and drowned after 3 -5 minutes of struggling in the water in an attempted rescue.
  • $750,000.00 – Negligent supervision of vocational students at a private school. The instructor left his class unsupervised in the hallway. Plaintiff, a 16 year old planning to become an electrician, suffered severe box cutter injury to his right dominant hand when another student, as an apparent prank, attempted to cut open a box plaintiff was holding in the severing nerves to his right thumb and hand. He suffered permanent partial disability of the right hand.
  • $450,000.00Construction accident. A Crane operator struck trusses which had been temporarily set, causing them to fall in domino fashion. Plaintiff, an undocumented immigrant and carpenter, fell 12 feet to the ground suffering closed head injuries, post traumatic concussion syndrome, facial and jaw fractures requiring surgery. We also won over $150K in workers compensation benefits for him.
  • $450,000.00 Medical Malpractice – Delayed Diagnosis of Colon Cancer in a single, 68 year old woman. For over 18 years, the Plaintiff had iron deficient amenia. Her physician did not ever suggest, order, or inform the patient she should undergo colon cancer screening (i.e. – a colonoscopy). When she was diagnosed, she was stage IV with spread to her internal organs. She died approximately 6 months after her diagnosis, survived by her 2 adult children.
  • $375,000.00Construction site accident. Subcontractor negligently backed his construction vehicle up blindly and without a spotter and without warning those working in the area. The defendant struck plaintiff, injuring his right dominant shoulder. Plaintiff suffered permanent partial disability despite shoulder surgery. Over $250K in workers compensation benefits paid as well.
  • $300,000.00 Medical Malpractice – Delayed Diagnosis of Stroke in unemployed 56 year old man with high blood pressure. ER discharged him without proper evaluation and he suffered a stroke with left sided residual impairment. Patient compliance with medical care was a compromising factor.
  • $300,000.00Construction accident. Trip and fall on scrap water pipe causing plaintiff to fall and suffer bilateral arm fractures with surgery. Over $200K in workers compensation benefits paid as well.
  • $300,000.00 – 69 year old female pedestrian struck by commercial van resulting in multiple rib fractures, hospitalization, and rehabilitation center admission and home heath care.
  • $250,000.00 – Premises liability trip and fall of a 70 year old woman on uneven commercial sidewalk resulting in shoulder fracture and two surgeries.
  • $235,000.00 Tractor trailer accident. The Plaintiff was a 51 year old tractor trailer driver who was rear-ended by 1 tractor trailer and 1 car in whiteout conditions on I-80 in Northeast Pennsylvania. Plaintiff required shoulder surgery, aggravated a prior neck injury and was unable to return to work as a tractor trailer driver due to a combination of accident and non-accident related factors. We helped him secure over $100,000 in workers compensation benefits as well. He was ultimately awarded Social Security Disability as well.
  • $225,000.00 – SEPTA bus accident. Bus stopped short, causing 58 year old female plaintiff (home health aid) to strike bus pole and suffer lumbar disc herniation. An additional $175K in workers compensation benefits was secured.
  • $220,000.00 – Slip and Fall on ice and snow resulting in lumbar disc herniation with epidural injections. An additional $200,000.00 secured in workers compensation benefits
  • $200,000.00 – Slip and Fall on ice which formed due to negligent snow removal by apartment complex and its snow removal service. Plaintiff, then a 58 year old resident at the complex, suffered an ankle fracture requiring surgery – open reduction with internal fixation. Plaintiff had a second surgery to remove painful hardware.

Every legal matter is different. The outcome of each legal case depends upon many factors, including the facts of the case. An attorney’s successes in past legal matters cannot be relied upon to predict a successful outcome in your own case.