Jury Awards $2 Million To Family Of Woman Who Died After Kidney Stones

, Daily Business Review


A Miami-Dade jury awarded $2 million to the family of a woman who was cleared for kidney stone surgery at Palmetto Hospital despite a known bleeding disorder.

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  • Tamara Jacobson

    Sounds like a huge victory until you consider the costs of actually trying such a case. Experts, trial consultants etc... It would also be interesting to know what the Plaintiff demanded in advance of the trial. Maybe they were offered more to settle in advance of trial?

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