Abramson Brown & Dugan Case Results

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VERDICT/SETTLEMENT Name of Case/County: Wilson v. United States of America US District Court – District of New Hampshire Facts/Liability: This Federal Tort Claim involved the unnecessary amputation the plaintiff’s left lower leg due to an unidentified retained foreign body that had become embedded in his bone marrow.

Verdicts and Settlements

VERDICT/SETTLEMENT Facts/Liability: This is a medical negligence claim arising out of the medical care provided to a 48-year old husband and father, when he presented to the defendant medical center for treatment of bilateral subdural hematomas that he sustained in a fall at his home. The procedure was performed by two resident physicians, who horribly miscalculated the […]

Verdicts and Settlements

VERDICT/SETTLEMENT Facts/Liability: This case involves the mismanaged methadone treatment a New Hampshire methadone clinic provided to our client, a 20-year old woman, who sought their help to get comprehensive treatment for her disease of addiction, which should have included counseling, educational groups and intervention for continued drug use. 

Verdicts and Settlements

VERDICT/SETTLEMENT John Glennon v. Christopher Dyson Facts/Liability: In December 2011, our client, a sixty-one year old retired engineer, suffered serious personal injuries at the intersection of Elm and Hanover Streets in Manchester, New Hampshire, when he was run down by a drunk driver. At the time of the collision, the plaintiff was a pedestrian crossing Elm Street […]

Verdicts and Settlements

VERDICT/SETTLEMENT John Glennon v. Christopher Dyson Facts/Liability: In December 2011, our client, a sixty-one year old retired engineer, suffered serious personal injuries at the intersection of Elm and Hanover Streets in Manchester, New Hampshire, when he was run down by a drunk driver. At the time of the collision, the plaintiff was a pedestrian crossing Elm Street […]

Verdicts and Settlements

VERDICT/SETTLEMENT Facts/Liability: This is a medical negligence case arising from the death of a retired seventy-two year old husband, father, and grandfather, whose aorto-duodenal fistula went undiagnosed and untreated at two different hospitals until he exsanguinated on the operating room table.

New Report Finds Tort Reform Ineffective and Unnecessary

A new report finds that so-called tort reform is ineffective and unnecessary in terms of fixing what’s wrong with the healthcare system in the United States. According to a fresh examination of the National Practitioner’s Data Bank, there is no correlation between tort reform and medical malpractice payouts. Tort reform serves the insurance defense industry […]

Verdicts & Settlements – Personal Injury – Anonymous – 2007

Facts/Liability: In 2007, our client, a twenty-three year old graduate student, sustained severe injuries when she was struck by the defendant’s car as she was crossing the street in a marked crosswalk at a lighted intersection. Contrary to the Defendant’s duty to maintain a proper lookout, to yield the right-of-way to pedestrians in crosswalks, and […]

Verdicts & Settlements – Medical Malpractice – Anonymous – 2008

Facts/Liability: This is a medical negligence claim arising out of the medical care and treatment the defendant physicians provided to the decedent plaintiff, a 53-year-old husband and father, which allowed his medical condition, Burkitt’sLymphoma, to go undiagnosed and untreated, resulting in his unnecessary premature death.

Verdicts & Settlements – Medical Malpractice – Anonymous – 2002

Facts/Liability: This is a medical negligence claim arising out of the defendant=s care and treatment of a 41-year old nurse following her presentation to a physician for pain in her right middle back and right upper quadrant in 2002. The plaintiff underwent diagnostic radiologic imaging. The radiologic tests were interpreted by the defendant as a hepatic hemangioma (benign liver tumor).

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