Articles by Anjelica Cappellino, J.D.

Protected: National Trial Law Secures $10.5M Settlement for Veteran’s Renal Failure

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$20.7 Million Plaintiff Verdict for Untreated Spinal Infection

Case Overview Case Name: Daniel Sullivan v. Robert Snow Robert B. Snow, M.D., P.C., the New York and Presbyterian Hospital New York Weill Cornell Medical Center Case Type: Medical Malpractice – delayed treatment; failure to test; failure to diagnose; post-operative…

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Restaurant Customer Wins $16M Verdict in Slip and Fall Case

Case Overview Case Name: William Kidd and Elaine Kidd v. WKS Restaurant Corporation dba El Pollo Loco Case Type:  Slip and Fall Premises Liability – Negligence Injury:  Brain damage Traumatic brain injury Subdural hematoma Cognitive impairment Headaches Torn quadriceps Knee…

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$30M Plaintiff Verdict For Ankle Fracture and Resulting Death

Case Overview Case Name: Alfredo Victor Fernandez as Personal Representative of the Estate of Maria Elena Fernandez, deceased v. Baptist Health Medical Group Orthopedics, LLC a Florida limited liability company, West Kendall Baptist Hospital, Inc., a not-for-profit Florida corporation d/b/a…

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$48 Million Verdict in Medication Overdose Death

Case Overview Case Name: Dwayne Anthony Murray, Individually, as an Heir, as Guardian and Natural Parent of Brooklynn Lysandra Murray, and as Special Administrator of the Estate of LaQuinta Rosette Whitley-Murray, deceased v. Valley Health System, L.L.C. dba Centennial Hills…

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Contaminated Water at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Causes Health Issues

The contaminated water has been linked to a number of serious health conditions. Recent legislation will grant affected individuals the right to pursue legal action against the federal government for any injuries suffered as a result of the contamination. The…

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Latest Updates in Defective 3M Earplug Litigation

Already established as the biggest mass tort in United States history, the 3M multidistrict litigation has seen a lot of ups and downs in the past year. Below are the chronological highlights of this ever-evolving, ever-growing case. 3M Appeals its…

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9-Year-Old Wins $44.5 Million Verdict for Delayed Diagnosis of Brain Damage

Case Overview Case Name: Bradley Metts, a Minor, by and through his parent and natural guardian Mark Daniel “Danny” Metts, II and Lyndsie Metts v. Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Ronald T. Grondin, M.D., University Medical Associates, Inc., Amy M. Zidron, D.O.,…

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Medical Device Company Ordered to Pay $6.6 Million in “Superbug” Infection Case

Case Overview Case Name: Theresa Bigler, individually as personal representative of the Estate of Richard Bigler v. Olympus America, Inc. and Virginia Mason Medical Center, No. 15-2-05472 (King County Superior Court, WA) Case Type:  Medical Malpractice – Hospital; Infection Control…

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Plaintiffs Win Second Bellwether Trial in the C.R. Bard Hernia Mesh Litigation

Hernia mesh products—medical devices used to repair torn hernias—are big business, with over one million implantations done each year. However, with their popularity also comes a high frequency of complications. One study found that nearly one-third of patients experienced adverse…

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