Alleged Medical Negligence Resulted in Death Due to Necrotic Appendix

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Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) March 3, 2016 – Israel Brogdan allegedly died after being admitted at a hospital but was not examined by a doctor.

Brogdan’s mother, Sharon Brogdan of New Jersey, filed a wrongful death, medical malpractice lawsuit against a physician’s assistant and two doctors working for Correct Care Solutions LLC of Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania. The suit alleged that Israel died December 16, 2014, in the care of Correct Care Solutions without ever being examined. She had been admitted with abdominal pain, congestion and a cough.

According to the documents filed in court, an exploratory laparotomy was performed December 15, 2014, which revealed a ruptured, necrotic appendix. Had Israel been examined properly, the physicians should have been able to diagnose appendicitis. Left too long, the emergency medical condition spiralled out of control and the life of a young girl was lost. The lawsuit named Dr. Jason Estrada, Dr. Paris Horan and Daniel Telega.

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