Plaintiff was an independent and healthy 27 year old…

Danny Travis-BrownFebruary 2, 2020

Plaintiff was an independent and healthy 27 year old who was injured in a car accident in December 2011 and underwent surgery for multiple orthopedic injuries.Plaintiff tolerated the surgery well. At the close of the surgery, Plaintiff exhibited airway difficulties following extubation by the CRNA. Plaintiff further alleged inappropriate medical management with regard to Plaintiff’s airway in the PACU by the attending anesthesiologist and Plaintiff’s experts were prepared to offer opinions with regard to negligent re-intubation and oxygenation.There were additional allegations of missing equipment. Due to inadequate oxygenation, Plaintiff suffered a severe and permanent anoxic brain injury and is unable to care for himself independently, cannot walk and cannot communicate verbally. Following 24 hour nursing home care for the first year following the injury, Plaintiff is now cared for by his mother in her home full-time, with the assistance of home health care.
  • Type of case: Medical Malpractice
  • Injuries alleged: Permanent anoxic brain injury requiring a lifetime of care
  • Court: Settlement – case settled 3 ½ months prior to trial
  • Name of case: Confidential
  • Verdict or settlement: Settlement
  • Amount of settlement: $1,700,000
  • Amount of specials: $670,000
  • Date of settlement: August 2014


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