Medical Malpractice Emergency Care
$1,955,638.58 received by clients with lifetime benefits
$750,000 attorneys’ fees
$257,497.67 litigation expenses
$44,027.36 medical lien paid off
Marchi v. United States
Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton ER, San Diego, CA
At an emergency room, a child was given a traumatic lumbar puncture that was below the standard of care. That traumatic lumbar tap caused a hematoma to develop that compressed his spinal cord. After, Government medical care providers again breached the standard of care by failing to diagnose the spinal cord compression.