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We will also continue depositions, mediations, and all other legal work needed to handle your case. The health of our clients and staff is of utmost importance during this challenging time caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). We’ve recovered over $1 billion for our clients and we won’t stop now.

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Doctor Negligence Leads to Incomplete Paraplegia

After undergoing an appendectomy, a patient experiences redness and swelling around the site of the IV, key symptoms of infection. However, because of his suspicious interest in painkilling medication, his health care provider neglected to call an infectious disease expert. The patient was discharged. He returned over a month later, but it was too late.

Partner Scott Kurlander explains how a doctor’s negligence led to a slew of life altering illnesses including, spinal abscess, Osteomyelitis, MRSA, and eventual incomplete paraplegia.

 


 

 

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