Fort Lauderdale Attorneys Win $8 Million For Woman Paralyzed After ER Visit

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Jay Cohen and Rudy Ayala used an emergency medicine who testified the defendants breached the standard of care for ER doctors by sending their client home without knowing what was causing her severe chest pain.

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