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________ VERDICT Negligent security - Alleged negligence by person transporting disabled ________ at airport - Alleged further injury to foot on which several toes had previously been amputated due to diabetes.
Bronx County, NY (168715)
#2
________ verdict on liability - Medical Malpractice - Following a surgery to amputate the ________ toe (he was a diabetic that had suffered a burn), he died of a sudden cardiac arrest ? his estate blamed a treating surgeon for failing to monitor his condition following the surgery
(183110)
#3
________ VERDICT Medical malpractice - Podiatric surgery - Negligent surgery to repair hammer toe on ________ diabetic and neuropathic foot - Failure to perform adequate vascular testing prior to surgery - Partial amputation of foot required.
Essex County, MA (161175)
#4
________ VERDICT ________ driver contends ________ driver of fire truck fails to stop at red light - ________ contends lights and sirens not activated - Trauma allegedly aggravates peripheral neuropathy associated with diabetes - Amputation of toe.
Middlesex County, New Jersey (42238)
#5
________ VERDICT ________ driver contends ________ driver of fire truck fails to stop at red light - ________ contends lights and sirens not activated - Trauma allegedly aggravates peripheral neuropathy associated with diabetes - Amputation of toe.
Middlesex County (21548)
#6
________ verdict - ________ - Auto Negligence - ________ prevailed in a car crash case in which ________ claimed a whiplash injury and a pelvic fracture; ________ attempts to present a UM/UIM claim were defeated when the court ruled there was no coverage McIntosh v. Miller, 02-________
Etowah (166034)
#7
$________ Verdict ________ vascular surgeon fails to timely order angiogram - Decedent first presents to ________ with pain and intermittent discoloration in toes - Decedent overweight, borderline diabetic, a smoker and had prior heart attack - Amputation of half of left foot - ________ claims he recommended angiogram after decedent's first visit - Decedent dies of unrelated causes - Verdict reduced for decedent's 30% comparative negligence.
Queens County, New York (8066)
#8
$________ VERDICT ________ vascular surgeon fails to timely order angiogram - Decedent first presents to ________ with pain and intermittent discoloration in toes - Decedent was overweight, borderline diabetic, a smoker and had prior heart attack - Amputation of 1/2 left foot - ________ claims he recommended angiogram after decedent's first visit - Decedent dies of unrelated causes - Verdict reduced for decedent's 30% comparative negligence.
Queens County, New York (8030)
#9
$________ VERDICT - MEDICAL MALPRACTICE - ________ VASCULAR SURGEON FAILS TO TIMELY ORDER ANGIOGRAM - DECEDENT FIRST PRESENTS TO ________ WITH PAIN AND INTERMITTENT DISCOLORATION IN TOES - DECEDENT WAS OVERWEIGHT, BORDERLINE DIABETIC, A SMOKER AND HAD PRIOR HEART ATTACK - AMPUTATION OF 1/2 LEFT FOOT - ________ CLAIMS HE RECOMMENDED ANGIOGRAM AFTER DECEDENT'S FIRST VISIT - DECEDENT DIES OF UNRELATED CAUSES - VERDICT REDUCED FOR DECEDENT'S 30% COMPARATIVE NEGLIGENCE.
Queens County (33830)
#10
________ verdict on liability - \Premises Liability - Apartment tenant with diabetes stubbed his toe in the dark and ultimately lost it, blaming the landlord for an electricity problem
Covington (141504)
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