A Woman Suffers a Traumatic Brain Injury Called Trigeminal Neuralgia due to a Hospital Nurse’s failure to Provide Adequate Assistance for Sit to Stand Activity

Our client was a 69 year old woman who had recently undergone a total knee replacement surgery. The day after the surgery, she was evaluated by a physical therapist. Our client was able to ambulate approximately 80 feet on the first post-operative day with the use of...

Nursing Staff Failure to Use Proper Sterilization Techniques and Isolate Infected Patients Results in the Untimely Death of a Woman due to Acinetobacter Baumanni Infection

Our client, a 37 year old woman, was admitted to the intensive care unit after being diagnosed with bacterial pneumonia, urinary tract infection, malnutrition, and a form of muscular dystrophy. During her hospitalization, she required intubation and an eventual...

Nurse Practitioner at an Occupational Medicine Center Misdiagnoses a Cut on the Index Finger, Fails to Diagnose a Lacerated Tendon, and Fails to Timely Refer the Patient to a Hand Specialist

Our client, a 39 year old male, worked as a welder for a construction contractor. One day, while in the course and scope of his employment, he suffered an injury to his left index finger when his glove got caught in a grinder and the grinder sliced his left index...