Our client, a young man, was injured when a hospital and doctors failed to respond to numerous warning signs of sepsis, an infection circulating in the bloodstream, and organ failure.
This Colorado case involved the negligence of a surgeon who improperly operated on our client's injured hand, resulting in the amputation of patient’s hand below the elbow.
A doctor failed to recognize that high bilirubin levels in newborn baby was a serious problem and ascribed the lab result to error, offering no treatment. Baby suffered kernicterus and went on to develop cerebral palsy.
A man with a severe burn was improperly treated and doctors failed to protect his airway while giving him massive quantities of intravenous fluid. His airway swelled shut and he suffocated, going without oxygen for more than 10 minutes before his airway was restored. He suffered a permanent brain injury.
4 children with burns were treated improperly, resulting in severe scars and prolonged hospitalization.