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Defense Verdict

Oct 19, 2016

Doctor sued for not doing surgery herself, calling for specialist – Defense Verdict

On Feb. 9, 2014, the defendant was serving as the on-call general surgeon for a local community hospital. She received three pages from an emergency medicine physician about a patient in the Emergency Department. During their first telephone call, the emergency medicine physician told the defendant that she suspected a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm for […]

Oct 19, 2016

Patient claimed weakness after back surgery – Defense Verdict

On Feb. 19, 2010, plaintiff underwent revision of a spinal cord stimulator module to ad-dress chronic lower back and lower extremity pain. Plain-tiff’s surgical course was unremarkable, and the surgery was successful in replacing the stimulator. But upon emergence from anesthesia, plaintiff indicated pain, loss of sense in the lower extremity and weakness of the […]

Oct 19, 2016

Estate sued radiologists for missing occluded artery – Defense Verdict

On Jan. 19, 2010, at 11 p.m., Paulette Eversole, 43, presented to the Winchester Medical Center emergency department complaining of 10/10 abdominal pain and vomiting since earlier that evening. She reported to the ER physician that the abdominal pain had been on and off for the past six months and consistently came on after she […]

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