We get it. Going to the dentist is not fun. Not even the prospect of the Treasure Box at the end of a childhood visit made it more tolerable. But good dental hygiene is important and regular cleanings and checkups should be part of your yearly routine.
Some of the most serious injuries that people sustain are often treated at the nearest hospital. And hospitals treat a wide variety of patients with varying degrees of injury or sickness that can require a multitude of treatments – from emergency surgery to long-term care. Unfortunately, with any hospitalization comes the potential for medical malpractice from healthcare provider negligence.
1.6 million dollar Arbitration Award in Miami, Florida. 34 year old father of two dies at Hospital emergency department after hospital fails to timely diagnose and treat his cardiac condition. Estate of Louis Watson.
$3.175 million settlement - Against multiple healthcare providers for failure to timely diagnose and treat a complication that arose three days after open-heart surgery, resulting in the death of our client’s spouse.
$3.15 million settlement - For the wife and son of a gravely ill man who died in a hospital that failed to transfer him in a timely manner to a nearby hospital specially equipped to perform a cutting-edge lifesaving operation.
$2 million settlement - Mr. Weinstein was retained by the divorced, grieving father of an unmarried adult child who had recently died in an auto accident in Tampa, Florida. The young man lived with the father, but the mother lived out of state. The negligent driver whose small truck struck the young man’s car owned a small lawn maintenance company that had two million dollars in automobile and trailer insurance. Mr. Weinstein had the father appointed personal representative of the estate, worked with the attorneys for the insurance companies and mother / ex-wife, and reached an agreed settlement fair to all for the full amount of the insurance proceeds – $2 million.
$2.0 million settlement - For the minor Frank Delgado and his parents. Frank suffered brain damage at birth due to a failure to diagnose and prepare for breech presentation during pregnancy. Frank was noted in vertical position according to the OB/GYN records. However, two sonograms done during the pregnancy showed Frank in breech presentation. The appropriate medical practice is to perform a caesarian section if the baby is in breech presentation at 39 weeks gestation. The failure to perform a caesarian section caused a single footling breech birth with cord prolapse. The cord prolapse caused interruption of blood flow with resulting brain damage to the baby. The treatment occurred in a federal low cost health clinic. As a result, the claim had to be brought under the Federal Tort Claims Act against the United States. After a lawsuit was filed, depositions were taken and just prior to trial, the case was resolved for $2,000,000 in April 2013.
Our team has demonstrated the ability to achieve fair and just compensation for our clients. We are an aggressive litigation firm known for the absolute highest quality representation and staffed by the finest and most skilled litigators, paralegals, investigators and support staff.
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