Army Medical Malpractice Birth Injury $23,250,000 awarded on appeal $18,967,710 received by clients with lifetime benefits $6,347,611 attorneys' fees $203,577 litigation expenses Lebron v. United States Fort Hood, Texas At Darnall Army Community Hospital, a doctor's improper use of forceps crushed a baby's skull, leading to massive brain damage, requiring
Army Medical Malpractice Cancer $701,790 received by clients $250,000 attorneys' fees $48,209 litigation expenses Owen v. United States Darnall Army Community Hospital Our client underwent surgery at the U.S. Army MEDDAC in Nuremberg, Germany. Following surgery, our client transferred her care to DACH. Despite pathology results that revealed cancer, Ft.
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.
Army Medical Malpractice Misdiagnosis $1,492,813 received by clients $537,500 attorneys' fees $119,687 litigation expenses Cloer v United States Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Ft. Campbell, Tennessee providers failed to diagnose colorectal cancer leading to death. During the course of this case, we discovered a simple test would have discovered the cancer
Army Medical Malpractice Shoulder Dystocia $2,100,000 post-trial settlement $1,597,500 received by clients with lifetime benefits $532,500 attorneys' fees $63,100 litigation expenses Jackson v. United States Darnall Army Community Hospital Army Providers in Killeen, Texas at Fort Hood mismanaged a shoulder dystocia during labor and delivery causing permanent brachial plexus injury
Georgia Army Hospital Medical Malpractice Our client went to the Winn Army Community Hospital in Fort Stewart, Georgia for [...]
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.