Quantcast
Home / Verdicts & Settlements / Plaintiff’s toe developed gangrene, required amputation – Defense Verdict (access required)

Plaintiff’s toe developed gangrene, required amputation – Defense Verdict (access required)

The plaintiff was a 67-year-old retired Marine officer and banking executive who initially presented to the defendant podiatrist with an ulcer on the ball of his right foot which he attributed to a pedicure. The defendant took x-rays, which demonstrated severe claw toe deformities on toes two through five. These deformities caused the metatarsal heads ...

Leave a Reply