Surgical/Hospital Negligence: Routine outpatient procedure resulted in leg amputation, paralyzation and lengthy 6 month hospitalization.
Surgical/hospital negligence: Surgeons violate patient safety rules causing bowel perforation during hysterectomy. Doctors further endanger the patient by disregarding patient’s deterioration over three days, progressing to respiratory failure, septic shock and coma, multiple surgeries, abdominal reconstruction and permanent disability.
Sexual assaults by hospital employee: Brain-injured patients sexually assaulted by social worker during treatment in traumatic brain injury program.
Surgical/hospital negligence: Heart surgeon violates safety rules, causes massive bleeding during cardiac surgery resulting in severe brain damage.
Surgical error; medication error: Failure to provide antibiotics after bowel nicked during surgery leads to necrotizing fasciitis (flesh eating bacteria) coma, profound disfigurement.
Birth trauma: Failure to properly monitor labor by doctor and nurses leads to birth asphyxia and cerebral palsy.
Negligent diagnosis: Failure to recognize hospitalized patient suffering from blood clots in legs (DVT) leads to pulmonary embolism and death.
Delayed diagnosis of cancer: Doctors’ failure to recognize significance of ongoing sore throats leads to delay in diagnosis of throat cancer.
Pediatric negligence: Failure to properly assess toddler with fevers and seizures leads to permanent brain injury and disability.
Surgical negligence: Surgeon lies regarding experience performing new surgical technique and botches low back surgery.
Hospital negligence: Failure to diagnose highly treatable non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma results in death of 59-year-old woman.
Medication error: Leads to highly aggravated seizure disorder, diminished blood counts requiring weekly blood transfusions.
Automobile/truck negligence: Beer truck pulls in front of family causing multiple injuries to father.
Negligence in performing angioplasty: Rupture of artery during simple outpatient procedure leads to undiagnosed bleeding and death.
Negligent diagnosis: Failure to assess hereditary cancer syndrome leads to delayed diagnosis of ovarian cancer and death.
Automobile negligence: Truck crosses center line hitting mother and 3 year old, causing multiple crush injuries.
Surgical negligence: Surgeon fails to repair cerebral spinal fluid leak leading to permanent nerve damage.
3049 Miller Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48103