Settlement for a Client Whose Infant Suffered Irreversible Brain Damage Due to Medical Negligence
The mother brought the boy to his physician on several occasions regarding the problem, but it took almost a full year before the physician recommended that the boy have an MRI.
Our client in this case was a woman whose obstetrician/gynecologist had failed to diagnose her terminal ovarian cancer, despite having given her numerous pap smears.
A woman who had undergone a partial hysterectomy for fibroid tumors came to Malman Law for help after she had experienced a series of unfortunate medical events and a costly misdiagnosis.
Settlement awarded for a 43-year-old who was the victim of medical malpractice..
Meniscus tears are among the most common work-related injuries, resulting from both isolated events and gradual wear-and-tear. If you suffered a meniscus injury at work, our attorneys can help you file a claim for workers’ compensation.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of individuals in Illinois and throughout the United States suffer meniscus injuries. Many of these injuries are work-related. Although meniscus injuries can heal over time (or can be repaired with surgery), they often lead to expensive medical bills and missed time from work. If you suffered your meniscus injury on the job, in most cases these are going to be losses that you are entitled to recover through workers’ compensation.
At Malman Law, we help individuals with meniscus injuries secure the workers’ compensation benefits that they deserve. While the law entitles both private-sector and government employees to recover benefits, employers and their insurance companies often make it exceedingly difficult for injured employees to file successful claims. This includes using delays, wrongful denial of claims, and other tactics that work to their benefit – not yours. When you hire us to represent you, we will use our decades of experience to help you enforce your legal rights.
The meniscus is a specialized piece of cartilage that acts as a shock absorber between the thighbone (the femur) and the shinbone (the tibia) in the knee joint. Each knee has two menisci – the medial meniscus on the inside of the knee, and the lateral meniscus on the outside.
Like all other parts of the body, each meniscus is fragile. As a result, workers often suffer meniscus injuries due to traumatic accidents (known as “acute tears”), as well as wear-and-tear over time (known as “degenerative tears”). Acute tears can fall into three different categories:
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