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#1
$________ VERDICT – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – NEGLIGENT PERFORMANCE OF LAPORASCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY – SURGICAL CLIPS CAUSE CRUSH INJURY TO COMMON HEPATIC DUCT – ADHESIONS
Essex County, NJ (194863)
#2
________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Anesthesiology Negligence – ________ anesthesiologist allegedly hyperextends thumb during procedure
Westchester County, NY (195087)
#3
$________ RECOVERY – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – LAPAROSCOPIC NEGLIGENCE – ________ UNDERGOING LAPAROSCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY CONTENDS ________ GENERAL SURGEON NEGLIGENTLY PERFORATES DUODENUM DURING PROCEDURE
Passaic County, NJ (195167)
#4
________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Surgery Negligence – Wrongful death of decedent following gallbladder removal – Failure to timely diagnose and treat cystic duct leak
Worcester County, MA (194399)
#5
$________ RECOVERY Medical Negligence – Surgery – Removal of gall bladder - Failure to employ proper medical procedure upon discovery of inflammation.
Withheld County, MN (194152)
#6
________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Cardiologist – ________ cardiologist clears the decedent for elective gallbladder surgery when decedent was not healthy enough for the procedure – Following procedure, decedent suffers a fatal myocardial infarction – Failure to delay the surgery – Wrongful death.
Bucks County, PA (193800)
#7
________ VERDICT – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – ALLEGED FAILURE TO TIMELY DISCOVER ADDENDUM TO LUNG X-RAY REPORT – FAILURE TO LEARN OF SUSPICOUS LUNG NODULE – DELAY IN DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF LUNG CANCER.
Palm Beach County, FL (193443)
#8
$________ CONFIDENTIAL RECOVERY – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – GASTROENTEROLOGY – NEGLIGENCE IN PERFORMING ENDOSCOPIC RETROGRADE CHOLANGIOPANCREATOGRAPHY WITHOUT SUFFICIENT TRAINING – SEPTIC SHOCK – WRONGFUL DEATH OF 49-YEAR-OLD PATIENT.
Confidential County, MA (193044)
#9
$________ RECOVERY Medical Malpractice – Surgery – Failure to identify cystic duct during laparoscopic cholecystectomy – Common bile duct is severed – ________ subsequently develops strictures, necessitating five surgical interventions – Probable need for future surgery – Significant abdominal scarring.
Passaic County, NJ (192173)
#10
$________ RECOVERY Medical Malpractice – Surgery – Negligent performance of laparoscopic cholecystectomy – Failure to close retained portion of gall bladder – Untreated bilirubin leaks for several days – Subsequent 50-day intermittent hospitalization.
Queens County, NY (192214)
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