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$________ CONFIDENTIAL ________ RECOVERY – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – NURSING NEGLIGENCE – FAILURE TO PROPERLY EVALUATE MOTHER – BRAIN DAMAGE TO INFANT.
Withheld County, MA (195945)
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$________ RECOVERY – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – NURSING NEGLIGENCE – FAILURE TO REFER NEW BORN BABY TO SPECIAL CARE NURSERY, DESPITE INDICATIONS OF FETAL-MATERNAL HEMORRHAGE – CEREBRAL PALSY
Somerset County, NJ (195327)
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$________ VERDICT – HOSPITAL NEGLIGENCE – FAILURE TO KEEP PATIENT ON ANTEPARTUM UNIT FOR BEDREST, OBSERVATION, AND RETOCOLYSIS FOR PRETERM LABOR – FAILURE TO OFFER C-SECTION – CEREBRAL PALSY
Cuyahoga County, OH (194792)
#4
________' VERDICT Medical Malpractice – Alleged negligent failure of ob/gyn to detect bleed during C-Section – Alleged negligence of anesthesiologist in failing to advise for surgery after signs of bleeding persisted after negative ultrasound results – Death of mother delivering twins
Polk County, FL (194342)
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$________ CONFIDENTIAL RECOVERY – Ob/gyn Negligence – Failure to timely perform Cesarean section when Infant showed signs of distress – Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy
Withheld County, MA (193940)
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$________ CONFIDENTIAL RECOVERY – Medical Malpractice – Ob/gyn – Failure to document prior shoulder dystocia – Failure to inform ________ of increased risk of permanent damage to infant due to increased risk – Brachial plexus injury
Withheld County, MA (193941)
#7
$________ CONFIDENTIAL RECOVERY – Medical Malpractice – Ob-gyn Negligence – Failure to perform timely cesarean section given maternal risk factors – Permanent brachial plexus injury.
Confidential County, MA (193498)
#8
________ VERDICT ON PROXIMATE CAUSE Medical Malpractice – Delay in performing C-Section after premature rupture of membranes and second stage of labor allegedly causes ischemic stroke – Spastic hemiparesis to left arm and leg.
Bergen County, NJ (193080)
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________ VERDICT – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – ALLEGED MISMANAGEMENT OF SHOULDER DYSTOCIA – CLAIMED FAILURE TO PERFORM C-SECTION – CLAVICAL FRACTURE – ERBS PALSY TO NEWBORN.
Lehigh County, PA (193156)
#10
$________ VERDICT – MEDICAL MALPRACTICE – EXCESSIVE TRACTION AFTER SHOULDER DYSTOCIA ENCOUNTERED – MODERATE RIGHT-SIDED ERB'S PALSY.
Monmouth County, NJ (192880)