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Cyclist Injured By Failure to Fix Large Pothole

Jim successfully represented an experienced cyclist who was seriously injured while participating in a group ride. The group encountered a large pot hole and the lead cyclist crashed when encountering the hole. The governmental entity that was responsible for the road failed to adequately maintain the road. Also, it was notified of this exact pothole but failed to timely fix it.  JIm was able to show the county had notice of this defect yet failed to reasonably repair the road.  

  • Dental Malpractice: Performance of a Root Canal Causes Injury

    February 2017

    Jim successfully represented a client who developed a severe pain syndrome following a root canal. During the root canal, a solvent was allowed to migrate into the soft tissues above her tooth.   We were able to present strong expert testimony that it was malpractice to allow the solvent to migra... Read On

  • Medical Malpractice: Injury During Intubation

    December 2016

    Jim successfully represented a client who suffered a severe injury during an intubation with a breathing tube.  The patient suffered massive blood loss as a result of the injury and nearly died.  She remained in a nursing home for five months, and needed a breathing tube for over a year.  The iss... Read On

  • Medical Malpractice: Delay in Diagnosis of Bowel Injury

    December 2016

    Jim represented a family of a patient who died after an abdominal surgery to remove scar tissue.  Likely as a result of the surgery, she suffered a perforation of her small intestine and ultimately passed away from an overwhelming infection of her blood stream.  The case centered on whether the s... Read On

  • Nursing Home Malpractice: Failure to Monitor Patient

    October 2016

    Jim's client was a nursing home patient whose blood sugar was allowed to get too low.  As a result, he stopped breathing and suffered severe brain damage.  The case centered on whether the nursing home failed recognize and act on the patient's excessive sleepiness so to reverse his low blood suga... Read On

  • Medical Malpractice: Failure to Diagnose Pulmonary Embolism

    July 2016

    Jim's clients were the family of a person who passed away from a pulmonary embolism.  In the two weeks prior to the patient's death, he was repeatedly seen by his primary care doctor and a cardiologist for increasing shortness of breath.  The case centered on whether the primary care doctor and c... Read On

  • Medical Malpractice: Administering Medication Contrary to Package Insert

    March 2016

    Jim's clients were the family of a man that died following an adverse reaction to an intravenous iron medication.  The case centered on whether the medication's black box warning was followed in providing the iron supplement to the patient.  The case settled for a confidential amount.  Read On

  • Settlement for Victim of Complex Legal and Medical Malpractice Matter

    September 2019

    Jim recently successfully represented a client that had been subjected to both legal and medical malpractice.  Jim was able to sort through the complicated legal and medical issues to achieve a just result for his client.   Read On

  • Northwest Bicyclist Injured When Car Crossed Five Lanes of Traffic

    September 2018

    We represent a cyclist who was riding in a bike lane on Lambert Road in Oro Valley.  The adverse driver attempted to cross Lambert to enter into her apartment complex. She struck the side of our client's bike, and he was thrown onto her hood.  We expeditiously obtained our client's medical record... Read On

  • Medical Malpractice: Misdiagnosis of Thyroid Cancer

    October 2018

    Our client had a lump on her neck.  This lump was biopsied and sent to the pathologist for diagnosis.  It was inaccurately diagnosed as a metastasis from a cancerous thyroid.  As a result, the client's thyroid was mistakenly removed.  After the surgery, the mistake was discovered, as the thyroid ... Read On

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