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#1
________ VERDICT Medical negligence – Surgery – Bile duct injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Superior Court (194790)
#2
$________ VERDICT – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – NEGLIGENT PERFORMANCE OF LAPORASCOPIC CHOLECYSTECTOMY – SURGICAL CLIPS CAUSE CRUSH INJURY TO COMMON HEPATIC DUCT – ADHESIONS
Essex County, NJ (194863)
#3
$________ RECOVERY Medical Negligence – Surgery – Removal of gall bladder - Failure to employ proper medical procedure upon discovery of inflammation.
Withheld County, MN (194152)
#4
$________ CONFIDENTIAL RECOVERY Medical Malpractice – Surgery negligence – Negligent injury of common bile duct and right hepatic artery during laparoscopic cholectystectomy – ________ may require future liver transplant
Los Angeles County, CA (194155)
#5
$________ RECOVERY Medical Malpractice – Surgery – Failure to identify cystic duct during laparoscopic cholecystectomy – Common bile duct is severed – ________ subsequently develops strictures, necessitating five surgical interventions – Probable need for future surgery – Significant abdominal scarring.
Passaic County, NJ (192173)
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________' VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Gastroenterology – Alleged negligent performance of laparoscopic cholecystectomy – Transection of cystic duct – Co-________ gastroenterologist allegedly performs ERCP in negligent fashion, perforating duodenum – Need for corrective surgery several month hospitalization – Subsequent surgical revision – Significant abdominal scarring.
Kings County, NY (189862)
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$________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Emergency Department – Surgery – Two emergency room doctors fail to diagnose and treat inflamed gallbladder – Surgery required to remove the gallbladder and surgeon lacerates bile duct during procedure – Bile duct leak – Extended hospital stay – Emotional distress.
Bucks County, PA (189588)
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________ VERDICT – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – SURGERY – ALLEGED NEGLIGENT PERFORMANCE OF GALLBLADDER REMOVAL – DAMAGE TO ANTERIOR SECTORAL DUCT – ADDITIONAL SURGERY REQUIRED.
Franklin County, PA (188648)
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________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Surgery – ________ alleges that the ________ injured her common bile duct during cholecystectomy surgery – Corrective surgery required.
Kennebec County, ME (188753)
#10
$________ VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Surgery – Negligent performance of laparoscopic gall bladder surgery – ________ transects common hepatic duct, erroneously believing that he was transecting different duct – ________ clips and divides the hepatic duct, minimizing impact of bile leakage – Subsequent open surgery leaves long scar and discomfort – No permanent gastric complaints – No future income claims.
Gloucester County, NJ (188127)
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