This case involves an elderly female patient who received a translaminar epidural steroid injection in the cervical spine while taking aspirin. During her consultation with the physiatry physician, the patient was not consulted regarding her aspirin use and was not told that aspirin use posed any risks to her. Within a few hours of the injection, the patient developed a large hematoma in the cervical spine causing compression. Following emergency decompression surgery, the patient became paralyzed from the waist down. It was alleged that the physician failed to provide the patient with informed consent prior to the injection. An expert physiatrist with experience performing translaminar epidural steroid injections was sought to opine on whether the defendant physician fell below the standard of care.