Our Results

  • *9,000,000 – 51 year old child care provider who suffered brain damage following complications of open heart surgery

  • *8,000,000 – Milkman in Suffolk County who suffered nerve damage after hernia surgery. Case tried to verdict in Suffolk County after defendant refused to make any offer to settle.

  • 7,000,000 – Infant sustained brain damage at birth due to delay in performing C-section

  • 6,000,000 – For woman undergoing hernia repair who was not properly monitored and suffered lack of oxygen to her brain after surgery

  • 5,100,000 – Failure to provide oxygen to 39 year old mother following C-Section

  • 5,000,000 – Cardiac Arrest suffered when woman who had pneumonia was being administered unnecessary medical tests which put her at greater risk for her cardiac arrest

  • 4,409,090 – For infant who suffered neurological injuries. Case was rescued from another law firm.

  • 4,250,000 – Unemployed woman dies more than a week following a C-Section secondary to retained placenta

  • 3,750,000 – Child partially paralyzed on one side of body following child birth due to failure to properly deliver baby and improper use of Pitocin

  • 3,750,000 – For failure to recognize hydrocephalus – fluid on brain- in pediatric patient causing irreversible brain injury

  • *3,500,000 – Death of 69 year old following abdominal surgery, where hospital destroyed a portion of his medical records

  • 3,300,000 – Infant sustained cerebral palsy at birth due to failure to recognize delivery complications

  • 3,000,000 – Stroke following child birth

  • 2,350,000 – For Estate of physician died as a result of delay in treating an infection in hospital where was employed

  • *2,300,000 – Infection in a 72 year old nonverbal man who was mistreated for gout and developed complications from the improper treatment and use of antibiotics causing “C-Diff” infection

  • 2,000,000 – For Failure to properly diagnose and treat salivary gland tumor which recurred causing facial paralysis

  • 1,950,000 – Improperly trained and unsupervised worker electrocuted while installing light fixture during first week on the job renovating an out of State warehouse

  • 1,910,000 – Bus attendant who was never told of hospital finding cancer on a chest x-ray leading to a delayed diagnoses of lung cancer.

  • *1,718,000 – Nursing assistant who was not treated with indicated anticoagulants causing neurological injury

  • *1,500,000 – For failure to timely treat small bowel obstruction in homeless woman who was being treated for ovarian cancer

  • 1,400,000 – Bank teller who had with back problem and was not properly treated causing lower leg weakness

  • 1,355,000 – Foreign national whose blood disorder was not timely diagnosed causing weakness of lower leg

  • 1,225,000 – For failure to diagnose dislocated hip in infant

  • *1,200,000 – Verdict for client injured with carpel tunnel syndrome in car accident despite no impact with other car

  • *1,100,000 – For case where prior attorney dropped – for failure to timely do a C- Section

  • 1,000,000 – From City for Dr. who failed to diagnose breast cancer – when case came to W&F after statute of limitations expired against city

  • *1,100,000 – Injury to vaginal area following gynecological surgery in client who had to testify through an interpreter

  • 1,000,000 – For 55 year old man who while performing repairs in a fire station was caused to fall imjuring his leg and arm

  • 900,000 – Unemployed woman who suffered an infection after a procedure to remove uterine Fibroids

  • 900,000 – Worker falls from defective scaffold despite his causing the injury by his own actions

  • *800,000 – Verizon employee with hepatitis who had excessive bleeding complications following a liver biopsy

  • 875,000 – For legal malpractice on behalf of personal injury plaintiff who had attorneys who did not file suit timely

  • *850,000 – Ceiling Collapse in basement apartment where tenant was hurt

  • 825,000 – From building owner/landlord for client who was hit by falling garbage thrown from the roof

  • 750,000 – Inmate who suffered from six day erection while incarcerated and was denied his civil rights of medical treatment

  • 750,000 – Legal malpractice case for attorney’s failure to properly set up an estate to start a wrongful death action causing case to be dismissed

  • *750,000 – Visiting nurse service employee who fell down stairs after banister came off wall, complained of back pains and had no surgery

  • *750,000 – Loss of second toe following foot surgery by a podiatrist

  • 750,000 – Failure to diagnose breast cancer in breast cancer survivor

  • 750,000 – For failure to diagnose ectopic pregnancy and loss of one fallopian tube

  • 750,000 – Case against VA/United States of America – for improper treatment of prostate cancer in senior citizen/veteran, with radioactive seeds misplaced

  • 700,000 – Fall over broken-up sidewalk with need for knee surgery

  • *675,000 – Need for implant following orthopedic surgery

  • *600,000 – Slip and fall of home health aide pushing a wheel chair over a improperly maintained sidewalk ramp

  • 600,000 – Improper foot surgery causing pain on bottom of foot for which further surgery was recommended but never performed

  • 600,000 – For stroke that occurred due to failure to properly treat high blood pressure in Nassau County

  • 600,000 – For emergency room failure to diagnose and treat impending stroke

  • 525,000 – For nursing home resident/senior citizen who fell out of a wheelchair

  • *500,000 – For torn rotator cuff following motor vehicle accident

  • *550,000 – For failure to properly treat familiar intestinal polyps

  • 475,000 – For driver hurt in a car accident suffering cervical pain

  • *300,000 – For legal malpractice against Attorney for filing inadequate notice of claim

  • *260,000 – Fall over plywood affixed to subway platform despite client running through train platform

  • 250,000 – Motorcyclist hit by a car

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