Doctor Damages Posterior Neurovascular Bundle of Patient’s Left Extremity during Arthroscopic Surgery

Our client suffered injuries after undergoing knee surgery. The doctor who performed the arthroscopic surgery and osteotomy of client’s left knee caused damage to the arteries and veins surrounding the knee, resulting in damages to the posterior tibial neurovascular bundle of the client’s left lower extremity. These injuries resulted in limitation of movement in client’s left knee. Pittsburgh, PA malpractice attorneys Rosen Louik & Perry negotiated a settlement before trial. The case settled for $200,000.00.

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