Defense Verdict for Health Care Client
Secured a complete defense verdict for client hospital in an IV infiltration case. The plaintiff claimed that, as a result of a contrast extravasation into her right arm during a CT scan, she developed a blister and loss of muscle strength in the arm as well as post-traumatic stress disorder. The plaintiff claimed the client and its employed radiology technician was negligent in timely turning off the contrast after the plaintiff began yelling in pain. Following the three-day jury trial in St. Louis County Circuit Court, the jury ultimately returned a defense verdict.
Jury Verdict for Doctor in Malpractice Case
Secured a defense verdict for a physician in a medical malpractice suit. The plaintiff, a 33-year-old male, alleged that the defendant doctor injured his superior mesenteric artery during surgery to remove a tumor, which left him with short gut syndrome. He filed suit seeking in excess of $2 million in past economic damages, and up to $850,000 in non-economic damages. Following a one-week jury trial in Jefferson County Circuit Court, the jury found the client was without fault in the matter.