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Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Verdicts & Settlements 

Medical Negligence Verdicts

Most cases result in a lower recovery. It should not be assumed that your case will have as beneficial a result.

  • Philip Freidin and Randy Rosenblum along with co-counsel Mark Poses obtained a $38 million verdict for twin boys who were rendered blind due to the defendant doctor's malpractice after they were born premature. The lawyers at Freidin & Dobrinsky proved to a Ft. Myers jury that had the doctor properly screened and diagnosed the two infants, their sight would have been saved.

  • M.N. v. Miami Children's Hospital - $12.7 million verdict for a 5-year-old child who sustained brain injury as a result of negligent care.

  • Randy Rosenblum and Manuel L. Dobrinsky recently obtained a $2.4 million verdict for the family of a boy who committed suicide after being improperly discharged from a psychiatric facility in Lee County.

  • Goldberg v. Lipkin - $2.2 million verdict for the Broward family of a victim of medical malpractice resulting from a failure to diagnose and hospitalize the patient in a timely fashion based on a single phone call to the family doctor who failed to carefully listen to the patient's wife.

  • Soto v. Palm Springs Hospital - $2 million verdict for the parents of a 12 year old child who died as a result of emergency room negligence. The hospital staff mistakenly believed the child's ER symptoms were drug induced. We proved they should have suspected, diagnosed and treated a brain hemorrhage, which would have saved her life.

  • Louis v. Barhoush - $1.8 million medical malpractice verdict on behalf of a brain-injured infant from Belle Glade. To our knowledge, this was the first million-dollar-plus verdict in Florida ever awarded to a Haitian.

  • Massar v. Phillips - $1 million medical malpractice verdict for the parents of an 18-year-old girl from Stuart who, after being hit by a drunk driver and severely fracturing her leg, died from a blood clot. We proved that the clot should have been prevented by her doctors.

Hospital Malpractice Settlements

  • Estate of N.C. v. Hospital & Doctors - $3 million settlement for family of woman allowed to bleed to death after child birth.

  • A.L. v. A local hospital - $1.875 million settlement for wrongful death of a child as a result of negligently inserting a feeding tube.

  • C.M. v. Hospital - $1.4 million settlement in presuit for a 71-year-old male who was improperly intubated after suffering a cardiac arrest after undergoing a carotid endarterectomy. C.M. was left with brain damage and a very short life expectancy. This quick settlement allows the family to provide C.M. with the care he will need for the rest of his life.

  • P.B. vs. Hospital - $1 million for mother of child who died as a result of medical negligence

  • G.B. v. A Local Hospital - $1 million settlement for wrongful death of a child as a result of medical negligence in failing to diagnose meningitis.

  • Bell v. Plantation General - $1 million settlement for mother of child who died as a result of medical negligence.

  • Estate of L.A. v. USA - $900,000 settlement in a wrongful death case against the Federal Bureau of Prisons for failure to timely diagnose and treat colorectal cancer.

  • A.W. v. Doctor & Hospital - $825,000 settlement in medical malpractice for failure to properly treat stroke.

  • T.S., a minor v. R.S. M.D. & Hospital - $800,000 settlement for an infant who sustained prenatal injuries.

  • Estate of B.S. v. Hospital - $700,000.00 settlement for an ER patient left unattended with no medical care which resulted in his death.

  • G.M. vs. Hospital - $490,000 for pain and suffering for development of a pressure ulcer in a patient who died from unrelated causes

  • KG v. Hospital - a 15-year-old Kendall resident was admitted to a Miami-Dade County hospital for heart surgery. Although the surgery went well, the next morning it was discovered that a pulmonary clamp had not been removed. Although emergency surgery was performed to remove the clamp, the young girl had suffered irreparable damage to her lungs and other internal organs. Sadly, she died leaving behind two grieving parents and three brothers and sisters.

    The attorneys at Freidin Dobrinsky Brown & Rosenblum, P.A. were able to obtain a quick confidential resolution of the case to allow the parents of this young girl to obtain justice on her behalf.

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