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The parents of a now-3-year-old girl who suffered brain damage as the result of hospital negligence back when the child was born have secured a $78.5 million verdict following a jury trial at state court in Philadelphia, according to the plaintiff’s law firm and court records.
A Philadelphia woman who alleges a botched bunion removal procedure led her to sustain multiple injuries, including the need to have additional surgeries, has filed a civil complaint against those charged with her medical care.
Attorneys representing a woman suing a handful of medical care facilities on behalf of her late father, who perished months after a chain of physical ailments, made their final plea Tuesday to the 12-member jury in the case, urging the men and women, during closing arguments, to find the defendants liable for the patriarch’s death.
The defense in a medical malpractice case sought to show Tuesday that a number of factors, including pre-existing conditions, were at least in part to blame for a deceased man’s pressure ulcers.
An attorney for a woman suing medical care facilities for failing to properly diagnose and treat her now-deceased father’s pressure ulcers, questioned a former director of nursing for one of the defendants during the third day of the malpractice trial.
The adult daughter of a man whose nine months prior to his death were allegedly spent in pain and agony spoke about her father’s better days July 21, during the first day of testimony in a medical malpractice case pitting the family of a deceased man against a handful of medical facilities and a nursing home.
A two-year old case in which relatives of a now-deceased man are suing medical care facilities for injuries suffered by their loved one relating to his development of pressure ulcers has finally come to trial, but proceedings have been slow to get started.