$ 8,900,000.00 – Jury Verdict – Medical Malpractice – Birth Injury. Kuhlman Law received an $8.9 million dollar verdict for a shoulder dystocia |brachial plexus |birth injury case. The jury found that the medical providers for the hospital were negligent in providing informed consent to the mother concerning the risks of proceeding with a vaginal birth and negligence for failing to meet the standard of care in delivering the baby. This was one of the largest verdicts in the history of the country for an erb’s palsy medical malpractice case and included over $6,500,000.00 in emotional distress, pain and suffering and disfigurement.
$ 1,500,000.00 – Excessive Force – Police Brutality. After more than three years of litigation, Kuhlman Law obtained this result on behalf of a family of a young man who was shot and killed by the police attempting to escape a hostage situation. Through extensive investigation and research, Kuhlman Law identified key coroner findings that the hostage was shot while on the ground and complying with officer demands. Kuhlman Law also identified key witnesses to the incident that were not obtained during the investigation whose testimony changed the scope of litigation.
$ 450,00.00 – Jury Verdict – Whistleblower – Employment. Kuhlman Law obtained a jury verdict and award of over $450,000.00 on behalf of a whistleblower who reported systemic corruption and governmental malfeasance occurring at a local school board. The case went up to the state Supreme Court where Kuhlman Law assisted in changing the law and securing their client a jury trial which resulted in a significant win.
Over a decade of Success. Kuhlman Law has represented dozens of every-day citizens in Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse, Wrongful Death, and Whistleblower cases since its inception. These types of cases routinely pit Kuhlman Law and their clients against multinational corporations, Giant Insurance companies, and powerful HMOs. David can still beat Goliath and we fight vigilantly to assure that our clients receive fair compensation for their losses and their day in court.