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What are the upsides of a structured settlement?

When you or a loved one has been injured, the immediate thought is getting the injured person back to good health. This is entirely normal, but after the person's health has stabilized enough to worry about other facets of life, financial responsibilities often start to set in and people wonder about how to pay the bills. When another party is believed to be responsible, it may be worthwhile to seek damages for their involvement in causing or contributing to a person's injury.

PA girl and parents to receive millions in malpractice settlement

With the birth of a child comes a slew of emotions for any parent including excitement, anticipation and maybe even some anxiety. Regardless of whether a family is expecting a little girl or a little boy, the hope is that they are happy and healthy. One family received some bad news when they were told that their newborn girl had a heart defect. However, the news got worse when their daughter suffered cardiac arrest after an inexperienced Pennsylvania doctor performed a surgical procedure.

How can an expecting mother or baby be subjected to birth injury?

For an expecting mother, there is lots of excitement and even some anxiety related to the pregnancy and the impending birth of a child. While most of this is very positive, things can take a terrifying turn if the baby or mother is put under medical duress. This could just be due to a medical condition, totally out of the hands of a medical provider or hospital. However, it's possible that mistreatment of mother or baby on behalf of medical providers could contribute to either one of them being injured.

Medical malpractice settlement could change outlook for injured

In life, there are unexpected surprises, twists and turns that lead us down different paths. Many people in Pennsylvania have defining moments in their lives, both positive and negative, that drastically alter their life story. For those that have suffered an unnecessary medical injury, the drastic impact this can have on a person's life is enormous. It often impacts the family as well.

Workers Compensation Verdicts

Man Nearly Loses Leg to Explosives in Strip Mine: Successful Appeal to PA Superior Court Results in Higher Settlement
An explosives company was performing blasting operations as a subcontractor in a strip mine behind the client's residence. A blast produced flyrock, a piece of which struck the client. As a result, the client's lower left leg was severed and only remained attached by a few tissues. The client was lifeflighted and diagnosed with a Grade III-B open tibia fracture. A grade III is the highest category of injury to bone and B is the highest category of contamination to the skin, muscle and tissue. Emergency surgery was performed in an attempt to salvage the severed limb and a titanium rod was inserted to internally stabilize the fractures. Additional hardware inserted in the leg included a large plate and several screws. Bone was missing over several inches of the leg, as was the skin, muscle and other tissues. Tissue, muscle, veins, and arteries were harvested from the upper back and shoulder area and sewn in by microsurgery. The client had a total of four surgical procedures performed. The leg was ultimately salvaged. The blasting company and coal mining company denied liability. After a ten-day trial, a jury returned a verdict of $350,000.00. We believed that one of the jurors was biased because of a long-standing relationship with an owner of one of the Defendant companies but the trial judge refused to remove the juror. An appeal to the Superior Court of Pennsylvania was pursued. The Superior Court agreed with our position and ordered a new trial. After this appellate court victory, the case settled for $1,500,000.00.

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