Our 49-year-old client went to the emergency room complaining of abdominal pain, discomfort and nausea. After being treated and released several times without a proper diagnosis, she was finally found to have a blood clot in the portal vein, but the damage was done as she underwent over 25 corrective surgeries, including removal of a portion of her intestines. We argued that her treatment plan and CT scan interpretations were improper, and a Brooklyn jury agreed rendering an award in favor of our client.
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