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These blog posts are all examples of rule breakers being held accountable for not following fundamental safety rules or, even worse, covering up their safety rule violations in order to make money.  Fortunately, the Constitution provides every resident the right to a jury trial so that these rule breakers can be held accountable for the benefit of the whole community. 

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$23.9 Million jury verdict after hospital delay causes baby’s brain injury

January 8, 2020

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Doctors failed to implement a treatment plan for a 70 year-old woman who suffered an ankle injury.  As a result, she died from a blood clot which traveled to her lungs.  The jury found the surviving spouse was entitled to $30 Million for Defendants taking his life part...

Hospital had a practice of allowing medical school graduates to treat critically-ill patients while they waited for the medical licenses.  The woman, 44, was in ICU for several days after being admitted for shortness of breath.  She was transferred to a telemetry floor...

Gulf war veteran was on shoulder of highway at 10pm after motorcycle ran out of gas.  He was hit and, even though he was wearing his helmet, suffered a traumatic brain injury.  Progressive Insurance refused to offer more than $12,000 before or during trial. 

Mom went to the hospital complaining of decreased fetal movement.  Tests in the ER confirmed this and she was sent for an ultrasound.  The ultrasound was delayed of over an hour.  When they finally hooked the mom up to the machine, the baby’s heart rate had dropped and...

Baby suffered permanent brain injury when she slowly suffocated during labor and delivery.  Doctors and nurses missed several critical signs the baby was in distress during delivery with her umbilical cord wrapped around her neck, depriving her of oxygen.  The baby, wh...

Emergency room doctors failed to find a spinal infection during two emergency room visits for neck pain and fever in 46 year-old man. The damages included $4 Million for pain and suffering, $4 Million for disability, $3.8 million for ongoing medical care and $2 million...

Parents were incorrectly told baby was likely to die or suffer brain damage, wanting parents to terminate pregnancy.  Parents declined c-section and baby suffered brain injury from lack of oxygen during delivery and would otherwise have been fine.  Child is currently l...

Hawaii County reached a $15.1 Million settlement with the family of a 63 year-old Michigan man hit on his bike and killed by a police officer who was being forced to work a double shift.  The settlement was less than the value of what the man was to earn over the rest...

Couple stationed in Guam reached settlement with Navy Hospital after their son was born with permanent brain damage as a result of being deprived of adequate oxygen and blood flow during the first 19 minutes of life.

Man, 84, suffered from dementia and Parkinson’s disease and was admitted to a care home after injuring his spine.  In car home, he fell out of his wheelchair, sustaining a fractured left femur that necessitated surgery.  He suffered from residual pain and required full...

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