Defendants failed to properly monitor the progress of plaintiff’s labor including: not performing follow-up internal examinations; not augmenting labor with pitocin; failing to accurately interpret fetal heart monitor strips; failing to diagnos... Read More
Plaintiff suffered brain damage as a result of a hypoxic event which occured after cardiac surgery. While in the hospital neonatal unit, a nurse improperly positioned an intubation tube. This resulted in decreased oxygenation to the brain and cerebra... Read More
Child suffered severe brain damage as a result of medical malpractice which occurred during prenatal care. Physician noted in chart the likelihood of pre-mature birth, yet no treatment was rendered to the mother prior to delivery. Case was tried by c... Read More
The plaintiff was a 12 year-old passenger in an automobile involved in a highway accident with a truck. She sustained an L1 and L2 lumbar vertebral fracture dislocation requiring a successful posterior spine fusion and bone graft. The settlement incl... Read More
Plaintiff was a passenger in a van when the driver of the vehicle lost control, striking a series of fixed objects, due to an improperly designed and constructed roadway. The plaintiff sustained a spinal cord injury and partial paralysis. The settlem... Read More
$790,000 – Lead Exposure. Infant plaintiff who resided in apartment for approximately four years developed blood-lead levels consistently measuring in the mid twenties. His parents noted behavioral issues as a toddler and he was diagnosed with ... Read More
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Brain Injury Awareness Month and the “Invisible Disability” Chances are, you might not have known that March is Brain Injury Awareness month. In fact, unless yourself or a loved one has ever suffered from a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), you might not also know that TBI’s account for a great portion of deaths and disabilities … Read more
The fact that English isn’t the only language spoken in New York – or America – shouldn’t come as a surprise. According to the Center for Immigration Studies, when at home, 21 percent of U.S. residents speak a language other than English. What’s more, 25 million of these same residents rate their own English skills … Read more
From gender to race, to religion and sexual orientation, diversity is a topic that is discussed on a day-to-day basis. However, those who live with disabilities (i.e. autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, etc.) are often left out of the conversation. It’s time for people with disabilities to be a part of the diversity dialogue. After … Read more