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Hospital Client Nursing Staff Accused of Inappropriate Fall Risk Assessment and Monitoring

Tera Rehmel successfully represented a hospital client in a case wherein the Plaintiff alleged that the nursing staff inappropriately assessed her falls risk and inappropriately monitored her, resulting in a fall. The Plaintiff claimed a permanent injury to her left arm which rendered her left arm essentially useless. The Plaintiff was seeking over $489,000 in […]

Hospital Client in Significant Medical Malpractice Claim

Susan Phillips and David Thompson received a defense verdict for their hospital client in a significant medical malpractice claim arising out of the neurological impairment of a newborn. The Plaintiffs contended that their daughter suffered neurological impairment, which resulted in profound cerebral palsy, during labor and delivery. The Plaintiffs claimed the nursing staff was negligent […]

Medical Malpractice Case Against a General Surgeon

John Parker successfully defended a medical malpractice case against a general surgeon whom the Plaintiff claimed performed an incomplete laparoscopic appendectomy. Eighteen months following the original procedure, the Plaintiff presented to an emergency room and was diagnosed with a ruptured appendix and sepsis. Post-operative pathology reports evidenced 2.8 cm of appendix tissue removed in the […]

Medical Malpractice Claim Against a Pediatric Cardiology

John Parker successfully defended a medical malpractice claim against a pediatric cardiology group who the plaintiff claimed failed to diagnose and properly treat her heart abnormality arising from potential Marfan Syndrome. The Plaintiff became pregnant and successfully delivered a child, but two days later she suffered an aortic dissection, followed by congestive heart failure. She […]

Ophthalmologist in Significant Medical Malpractice Case Arising from Cataract Surgery Complications

John Parker and Tricia Le Meur received a unanimous defense verdict for their ophthalmologist client in a significant medical malpractice case arising from a complication from cataract surgery – a retrobulbar hemorrhage – which left the Plaintiff legally blind in one eye. The Plaintiff contended that the surgery was contraindicated based on the condition of […]

Medical Malpractice Case Against an Internal Medicine Physician

Tricia Le Meur successfully defended a medical malpractice case against an internal medicine physician. The Plaintiff claimed that, following her scheduled office visit, the physician improperly left her alone in the examination room to get down from the examination table unassisted. The Plaintiff fell, sustaining both a hip fracture and arm injury. The Plaintiff sought […]

Attorney Client in a Legal Malpractice Case Arising From a Commercial Real Estate Transaction

Sean Ragland and Nicholas Hart prevailed for their attorney client in a legal malpractice case arising from a commercial real estate transaction. The Plaintiff was an LLC attempting to sell an office park. The LLC alleged that the attorney negligently failed to advise the LLC that it could not comply with a critical provision contained […]

Louisville Attorney Accused of Malpractice by His Former Client and Her Mother

John Phillips and Matt Piekarski received a unanimous defense verdict for a prominent Louisville attorney accused of malpractice by his former client and her mother. The Plaintiffs claimed that the Defendant-Attorney committed an array of breaches of the standard of care involving the settlement of a divorce case at mediation. Mr. Phillips argued that the […]

Bowling Green Ophthalmologist Accused of Medical Malpractice

John Phillips and Katie Watts received a unanimous defense verdict in Paducah for a Bowling Green ophthalmologist accused of medical malpractice by his former cataract patient. The Plaintiff claimed that the Defendant-Doctor committed an array of breaches of the standard of care involving the evaluation, performance and follow-up of a complicated cataract extraction. Mr. Phillips […]

Surgeon in Glasgow, Kentucky Accused of Medical Malpractice

John Parker and Tricia Le Meur successfully defended a local surgeon in Glasgow, Kentucky who was accused of medical malpractice by a former patient who had undergone laparoscopic cholecystectomy (surgical removal of the gallbladder). The right hepatic duct had been inadvertently clipped during surgery, which was not discovered until 12 months after the surgery and […]