Category Archives: Medical Malpractice

Three times former jurors have asked me to represent them

Last year my firm tried a medical malpractice case in St. Clair County.  The outcome was very good for our client.  After the trial we received a lot of compliments from the jurors.  The biggest compliment came a few weeks later when one of the jurors in our case was in a car accident and…
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Americans are 13 times more likely to die of medical negligence than murder

According to the CDC and FBI statistics, on average, 52 Americans are murdered each day. Compare that to an average of 685 deaths per day from medical errors/negligence. (05/03/2016 (hopkinsmedicine.org)). In fact, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine concluded that medical negligence is the third leading cause of death in America. These are preventable deaths.…
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Proof that some medical defense lawyers have no soul

In a recent medical malpractice case wherein a baby’s arm nerves were severed from his spinal cord by the negligence of the doctor (to which she finally admitted before trial), the defense team argued that the baby suffered no real damages even though his arm would never function. They claimed you couldn’t predict lost wages since…
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