Failure to deliver before uterine rupture. Once rupture occurred, there was a delay in response by the nursing staff of 7-9 minutes, a crucial time period in which the fetus was without blood flow, causing significant brain injury resulting in normal cognitive but severely effected gross and fine motor, with a diagnosis of CP.
Estate of Jane Doe, Deceased V City of Detroit and Detroit Department of Transportation
$1.75 Million Dollar Settlement
Plaintiff was traveling westbound on Interstate 94 as a passenger in a sports utility vehicle, at which time the SUV lost a tire. The driver negotiated the SUV to the side of the road, leaving a small portion of the SUV in the travel portion of the roadway. Several passengers exited the vehicle and were standing on the shoulder, at which time a bus, owned and operated by the City of Detroit, struck the vehicle as well as hitting pedestrians on the side of the road. A wrongful death suit was filed against bothe the drive and the City's department of transportation.
Estate of John Doe Deceased V Defendant Hospital
Plaintiff presented to emergency department at Defandant Hospital. It was determined ahat an appendectomy was necessary. Patient was taken to recovery room while still intubated. The patient was prematurely extubated, immediately cout not exchange air and it is opined that the patient remained without oxygenation for 17 minutes while the anesthesiologist attempted to secure the airway.