Army Birth Injury Medical Malpractice $1,000,000 received by clients $300,000 in combined attorneys' fees & costs Ortiz v. United States Evans Army Community Hospital Mother was given a drug she was allergic to during labor and delivery causing injury to child.
Navy Medical Malpractice Birth Injury $1,623,930 received by clients with lifetime benefits $575,000 attorneys' fees $101,070 litigation expenses Holweger v. United States Portsmouth Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Virginia Naval healthcare providers failed to properly monitor the baby's fetal monitor strip, which caused hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy and a permanent brain injury.
Navy Medical Malpractice Birth Injury $2,322,359 received by clients with lifetime benefits $600,000 attorneys' fees $77,641 litigation expenses Carman v. United States Portsmouth Naval Medical Center During labor and delivery, Navy providers failed to timely respond to our client's placental abruption causing permanent and severe brain damage to her baby.
Army Medical Malpractice Birth Injury $3,305,854.50 received by clients with lifetime benefits $1,101,951.50 attorneys' fees $92,194 litigation expenses Gerry v. United States Darnall Army Community Hospital Army providers at Ft. Hood failed to timely diagnose and treat our client's placental abruption, resulting in a permanent brain injury to the baby.
Army Medical Malpractice Birth Injury $3,172,468 received by clients lifetime benefits $1,125,000 attorneys' fees $202,531 litigation expenses K. White v. United States Winn Army Community Hospital Ft. Stewart, Georgia healthcare providers misdiagnosed a miscarriage and performed a D&C on a viable pregnancy. The baby survived the procedure, but had serious