The medical malpractice attorneys at Morgan & Morgan have obtained settlements for victims of medical malpractice throughout the state of Florida, as well as nationally.
Our clients have included victims of birth injury, brain injury, failure to diagnose, surgical errors, and other forms of medical negligence. With over 100 lawyers, eleven office locations throughout the Southeast, and a dedicated legal team to serve our clients' needs, we are committed to obtaining the best possible result for each case we take on. Listed below are a few of the notable medical malpractice settlements our attorneys have obtained on behalf of our clients.
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Failure to diagnose bacterial meningitis in a 3-month-old.
The case involved a spinal cord injury to an infant during a spinal tap resulting in paraplegia.
Wrongful death of husband and father from failure to diagnose and treat infection. 38-year-old.
Error during cardiac diagnostic procedure leading to partial paralysis.
Injury to heart of young woman as result of misdiagnosed heart attack.
Failure to diagnose spinal tumor resulting in partial paralysis.
Paralysis of husband and father due to failure to diagnose and treat stroke. 52-year-old.
Failure to diagnose epidural abscess caused paraplegia in thirty-two year old female.
Error during minor surgery resulting in coma.
ER negligence. Failure to Diagnose/Treat UTI (urinary tract infection) resulting in septic shock/multiple digit amputations/55 yr old female.
Emergency Room negligence, failure to diagnose and treat aneurysm resulting in subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Delay in diagnosing bacterial endocarditis in 48 year old.
ER Negligence, failure to diagnose HUS death of 40-year-old wife and mother.
Failure to diagnose and treat stroke victim.
Incomplete paraplegia of fifteen year old girl following scoliosis surgery.
Failure to diagnose blood clot following cardiac diagnostic procedure resulting in loss of leg.
Failure to diagnose and treat stroke.
Death of five year old, failure to diagnose heart condition.
Wrongful death of mother due to failure to diagnose and treat infection. 51-year-old.
1.2 million medical malpractice settlement in Mississippi.
lntraoperative neurosurgical negligence caused paraplegia.
A married father of two died from complications of a tropical disease after he returned from an overseas trip. The defense argued that the misdiagnosis did not cause the death and that the client would have died even if he had been correctly diagnosed.
The case involved and ER doctor's failure to diagnose and treat stroke. The misdiagnosis resulted in a severe debilitating stroke.
Loss of testicle to a 14-year-old boy as a result of misdiagnosed testicular torsion.
Death of 40-year-old woman from misdiagnosed ovarian cancer
Failure to diagnose and treat stroke.
Death of 32-year-old wife and mother, failure to diagnose cervical cancer.
Failure to diagnose and treat meningococcemia leads to death of 40-year-old mother.
Failure of nursing staff to respond to respiratory arrest causes death of 60-year-old man.
Failure to diagnose colon cancer in 38-year-old female.
Failure to diagnose and treat coronary artery disease caused death of 48-year-old.
Wrongful death of 22-year-old mother due to failure to monitor.
The case involved the failure of a hospital to recognize and treat a pregnant woman who arrived at the emergency room with severe preeclampsia. The misdiagnosis resulted in the mother's death.
Physician/Nursing negligence, overdose of Vitamin K resulting in death.
The case involved the failure of a hospital to monitor a post-surgical patient that had known sleep apnea. Because the young man was given narcotics for pain, he stopped breathing during an episode of sleep apnea and died.
The case involved the failure of a hospital and doctors to recognize and treat the signs and symptoms of cardiac tapenade following heart surgery. The misdiagnosis resulted in the death of a 63 year old husband and father.
The case involved the failure to diagnose necrotizing fasciitis in a young mother of two. The misdiagnosis resulted in a pulmonary embolism and death.
Failure to diagnose and treat MI causes death of 52-year-old husband.
Failure to diagnose and treat cervical cancer in 31-year-old single mom.
Death of a 40-year-old man as a result of misdiagnosed and untreated heart attack.
Failure to diagnose cervical cancer.
Failure to diagnose colon cancer, death of 58-year-old woman.
Failure to treat and diagnose cardiac condition, resulting in death of 44-year-old husband and father.
Failure to diagnose CAD causes death of 59-year-old husband.
Failure to diagnose herniated disc causes cord compression and incomplete paraplegia.
Failure to diagnose bleeding following diagnostic procedure leading to death.
$850,000.00 medical malpractice settlement in Tennessee.
$800,000.00 medical malpractice settlement in Arkansas.
Wrongful death of 51-year-old husband from failure to diagnose bowel laceration.
Failure to timely diagnose and treat colon cancer.
The case involved a perforation of the renal artery during a cardiac catheterization. The perforation resulted in loss of a kidney and spleen.
Death of 57-year-old man as result of untreated Hiatal Hernia.
Death of 23-year-old wife during laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Failure to diagnose potential heart attack for husband and father of two.
Death of 15-year-old girl from undiagnosed diabetic ketoacidosis.
Espohogeal surgery caused death of 50-year-old man.
Failure to diagnose post operative bleed leading to death.
The case involved the failure of a doctor and a hospital to recognize and treat sepsis on a patient resulting in death.
Nursing negligence, stage IV bedsores in post-op patient.
The case involve the failure to timely diagnose and treat post-operative bleeding following a tonsillectomy. The result was death of a young father.
Nursing negligence, overadministration of Ativan causes death of 60-year-old man.
Failure to recognize postoperative hemorrhage after sinus surgery.
Failure to diagnose breast cancer in a 37-year-old wife and mother.
Severed radial nerve during carpal tunnel surgery by VA doctor in 37-year-old secretary.
Failure to diagnose vaginal cancer leads to worsened prognosis in 55-year-old.
Failure to diagnose CAD leads to death of 60-year-old husband.
The case involved the negligence of a general surgeon who thought he was removing a polyp in his patient's duodenum, when in fact he closed off a bile duct. The result was severe pancreatitis.
Failure to diagnose cervical cancer, death of 57-year-old wife.
Pharmacy error leads to child not receiving correct leukemia treatment for 8 months. Prognosis worsens.
Failure to diagnose breast cancer on mammograms in 45-year-old wife and mother.
Failure to diagnose CHF leads to death of 69-year-old grandfather.
Failure to clinically diagnose breast cancer in 43-year-old wife and mother.
Failure to diagnose CAD leads to death of 50-year-old husband.
Failure to clinically diagnose inflammatory breast cancer in 38-year-old wife.
Misdiagnosis of CHF by VA physicians leads to death of 60-year-old husband.
Failure to diagnose and treat blocked artery.
Death of a 20-year-old. Failure of nurses to properly monitor.
Loss of foot to a 60-year-old woman as result of improper foot surgery.
Failure to diagnose breast cancer on mammograms leads to death of 50-eight year old divorced mother.
Failure to diagnose and treat severe pneumonia in ER leads to death of 34-year-old husband/father.
Failure to manage acute asthmatic attack in ER causes death of 13-year-old boy.
Surgical negligence during appendectomy causes severe abdominal injury.
9-year-old died due to failure to properly treat complcations post-chemotherapy.
Physician/Nursing negligence, delayed diagnosis of post-operative hematoma resulting in partial paralysis and incontinence.
Emergency Room negligence, failure to diagnose and treat a heart attack resulting in death.
Bowel injury because of failure to diagnose and treat post-op infection.
The case involved excessive treatment with corticosteroids resulting in avascular necrosis in both hips. This required bilateral hip replacements in a man in his early 40's.
Wrongful death case resulting from a misdiagnosis of cancer.
Death of a 72-year-old due to wrong medication prescribed.
Physician/ARNP/Nursing negligence, Stage IV heel sores resulting in bilateral amputations.
The case involved the failure to monitor Coumadin levels and recognize signs of Coumadin overdose. The result was death.
The case involved the failure to recognize and treat a post-operative infection following knee surgery. The result was the need for more surgeries and a poor recovery.
Emergency Room negligence, failure to diagnose infective endocarditis resulting in death.
$301,000.00 medical malpractice settlement in Arkansas.
The case involved negligent positioning during spinal surgery. The result was blindness in one eye of a young man.
The case involved the failure to diagnose breast cancer that was evident on a mammogram.
The case involve the failure to diagnose and treat glaucoma. The result of the failure was blindness in one eye.
The case involved injury to a bowel during laparoscopic hernia surgery and the failure to timely recognize the injury. The result was death.
The case involved a doctor's failure to recognize post-operative complications following a hysterectomy. The result was severe abdominal infection and systemic infection.
The case involved a doctor's failure to timely diagnose and treat kidney disease in a young man resulting in death.
The case involved negligent instrumentation during spinal surgery and the failure to timely treat its failure. The result was permanent spinal cord injury.
Nursing negligence, Stage IV bedsore following knee surgery.
The case involved stitching of a nerve during laparoscopic hernia surgery and the failure to recognize the error. The result was permanent nerve damage to and partial loss of use of the patient's leg.
The case involved the failure to diagnose a foot fracture that was visible on x-ray. The result of the failure was loss of bone and range of motion.
The case involved the failure to diagnose skin cancer. The result was the loss of the patient's thumb.
Critically ill patient was admitted to a hospital for surgery. During the admission, the patient developed a Stage IV bed sore.
$140,000.00 medical malpractice settlement in Tennessee.
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