Minnesota Medical Malpractice Case Results*
$5,600,000 for man who suffered brain injury due to delay and other medical mistakes in treating bacterial meningitis.
$4,500,000 for patient who suffered brain injury due to medical errors.
$2,900,000 for man who suffered brain injury in ICU due to medication error and other ICU errors causing thiocyanate poisloning.
$2,700,000 for man who suffered brain injury due to surgery error during interventional procedure to bust a clot.
$2,600,000 for pre-pubescent girl whose healthy ovaries were removed due to a surgery error by urologist.
$2,500,000 for man who suffered brain injury due to anesthesia error during common outpatient procedure.
$2,000,000 for woman who suffered injuries due to surgery error in diagnosing and treating a volvulus (twisting of the colon).
$1,850,000 for man who suffered blindness due to surgery error and ICU error in treating man's blood loss and low blood pressure in the ICU.
$1,250,000 for woman who suffered injuries due to surgery mistake in treating bowel perforation during uterine procedure.
$925,000 for man who developed gangrene due to medical error and medication errors in treatment of groin abscess.
$925,000 for man who suffered injury due to a surgery errors in diagnosing and treating compartment syndrome in lower leg.
$850,000 for man who developed sepsis after delay in diagnosis and treatment of a bowel leak after surgery due to surgeon error.
$750,000 for wrongful death after surgery error and delay in diagnosing and treating bowel perforation after weight loss surgery.
$700,000 for wrongful death after healthcare providers failed to properly diagnose and treat a brain abscess in young boy due to nursing error and surgeon error.
$650,000 for woman for injuries from surgical mistake during weight loss surgery due to surgery mistake.
$500,000 for woman who developed sepsis after delay in diagnosis and treatment of bowel leak after surgery due to surgeon error.
$500,000 for woman who developed sepsis after delay in diagnosing and treating bowel leak after ablation procedure due to radiology error.
Represented woman in case in which Minnesota Supreme Court recognized that hospitals can be liable to a patient when hospital negligently grants credentials and privileges to unsafe doctors. Larson v. Wasemiller, 718 NW2d 461 (Minn. 2007).
*Past case results of are not a guarantee of future results. Case evaluation is highly dependent on the unique facts and circumstances of every case.
Pro Bono Cases
Bill believes that attorneys should devote a certain percentage of their time to providing free legal services to those members of the community who are underserved and cannot afford an attorney. Examples of pro bono cases handled by Bill include:
Represented two families injured in the collapse of the Interstate 35 bridge in Minneapolis.
Represented filmmaker after hospital attempted to enjoin publication of a film that was critical of hospital.
Represented three children with signficant mental deficits who were being deprived of special education services by local school district.
Represented inmate with AIDS patient who was being deprived of access to necessary medical services.
Represented inmate who was illegaly being held in custody after completion of sentence.
Represented landowners arbitrarily subjected to special assessment on undevelopable lot.
Represented young woman in claim against insurer which sent her structured settlement check to wrong address and check was stolen and cashed.
Represented young man falsely accused of crime.
Represented woman in consumer fraud case against used car dealer.
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