hospital’s faulty medical treatment leaves policeman with brain injury

Rural North Carolina venue: Our client, a police officer, was not properly ventilated at a rural North Carolina hospital after he was administered a chemical paralytic following an intubation. As a result, our client was conscious, but unable to breathe. He suffered a profound hypoxic brain injury that left him in a vegetative state. We identified 19 trial experts from all across the country. The case was resolved against the hospital in a mediation. We were informed that this is the largest recovery in an injury case in that North Carolina jurisdiction. | client awarded: $5,950,000


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