12 Million Dollar Award to Woman in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Law Firm Newswire



Southfield, MI (Law Firm Newswire) December 29, 2017 – In 2003, due to a medical error, a 46-year-old Arizona woman was left in a coma. The medical malpractice lawsuit resulted in a $12 million jury award.

According to the lawsuit, the patient went to the emergency room complaining of pain and thin blood. She was given the drug Profilnine, but two hours later she suffered blood clots and cardiac arrest. The patient was given a clot-busting drug, returning her heart rate to normal and improving her oxygen levels. However, she never regained consciousness and now remains in a persistent vegetative state, requiring around-the-clock care.

Attorneys for the named defendants argued that the plaintiff did not give the hospital an accurate medical history when she was admitted. They plan to appeal the jury decision.

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