Medical negligence

Malignant Hyperthermia

by Chris Kuhlman on September 18, 2015

Malignant hyperthermia (MH) is a life-threatening reaction to general anesthesia. If not treated immediately, it can kill an otherwise healthy patient on the operating table. A survivor of a malignant hyperthermia episode may be left with injury to various vital organs, including the brain, as well as muscle impairment. In a malignant hyperthermia crisis, the […]

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by Chris Kuhlman on September 18, 2015

How often does the Plaintiff win in a Medical Malpractice Trial?

by Chris Kuhlman on July 27, 2015

While newspaper headlines of million dollar jury verdicts draw a great deal of attention, the majority of Plaintiffs in medical malpractice trials actually lose their cases and receive nothing.  In fact, on average, when a medical malpractice case proceeds to trial, a plaintiff has roughly a 25% chance of winning the case, which is half […]

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by Chris Kuhlman on July 27, 2015