Woman Gets $2.4M Settlement Even Though Doctors Did Nothing Wrong

, Daily Business Review


A Deerfield Beach attorney got a $2.4 million settlement for a post-accident, therapeutic-related injury, despite the fact

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  • david p. slater, esq.

    The heading for this article is misleading. The result has nothing to do with medical error. You do a disservice to those attorneys who represent medical malpractice victims.

  • PI Guy

    As an attorney who represents people who have been injured I cringed when I read this headline and the lead paragraph of this story. Both are misleading and not based on the facts of what happened. It‘s this kind of misleading sensationalism that makes my job harder each day. Such eye catching headlines may sell papers but frankly I expect the dbr to do a better job than this. Disappointing.

  • Confused Lawyer

    I am really confused by this article including the headline. It doesn‘t sound like the settlement was with her doctors. If that is the case, then what on earth is the relevance in pointing out that her "doctors did nothing wrong"?

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