This was a medical negligence/products liability case arising from the death of a sixty-three year old woman who was undergoing a routine cardiac catheterization. The plaintiffs alleged that the medical care provider defendants negligently injected air into the decedent’s heart after neglecting to load dye into the injection equipment. The plaintiffs also alleged that the injection equipment was defectively designed.
The decedent was pronounced dead after nearly thirty minutes of resuscitation efforts. She left a husband of forty-two years, two adult sons, and two grandsons.
Specials (if any):
Present Value of Lost Earning
Capacity and Household Services: $1,257,331.00
Settled before suit for a confidential amount.
Plaintiff’s Experts (if any): Confidential
Defense Experts (if any): Confidential
Plaintiff’s Counsel (please include name and firm):
Mark A. Abramson, Esquire
Jared R. Green, Esquire
Abramson, Brown & Dugan
1819 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03104
Defense Counsel (please include name and firm): Anonymous
Insurance Carrier (if relevant): Anonymous
Name of Case/County: Anonymous
Date of Injury: 2010
Date of Verdict or Settlement: 2012