Federal Judge Awards $9.6 Million In Susanville Malpractice Case
Lassen County Times -
October 27, 2015
On Wednesday, Oct. 28, United States District Judge John A. Mendez ordered a $9.6 million verdict in favor of a 3-year-old girl and her family for injuries the girl suffered during her birth at Banner Lassen Medical Center in Susanville in April 2012.
UC Davis, Family Reach $9 Million Settlement In C-Section Case
$6 Million Payout
The Sacramento Bee -
October 10, 2009
UCDMC malpractice case settled. BOY WAS LEFT WITH CEREBRAL PALSY FOLLOWING BIRTH. A 4-year-old boy with cerebral palsy sat in his wheelchair in awe and wonderment looking around a Sacramento courtroom's dim interior Friday while a judge approved a $5.75 million settlement on his behalf. Cannon Hoops got $1.75 million up front and another $4 million in annuities that are expected to pay for his medical and assistive care as well as future lost earnings over the rest of his life. The money was ...
UC Hospital to Pay $5.75M to Brain-Damaged Child
SACRAMENTO, Calif.—UC Davis Medical Center has agreed to pay a $5.75 million settlement to a 4-year-old boy who suffered brain injuries during his birth at the hospital. A Sacramento County judge approved the deal Friday over the delivery of Cannon Hoops on Dec. 1, 2004. Bruce Fagel, who represents Cannon's parents, filed a medical malpractice lawsuit saying UC Davis staff caused injuries that caused the boy's cerebral palsy. According to Fagel's court declaration, attorneys fo ...
The Associated Press -
October 9, 2009
$18 Million for Injuries During Birth
By Ramon Coronado A mother and her 2-year-old boy, who suffered severe irreversible brain damage during birth at a Sacramento hospital, were awarded a jury verdict Thursday which over time will total $18 million dollars. After deliberating a day and a half, the Sacramento Superior Court jury found that Methodist Hospital and obstetrician Vance Knoll were negligent March 31, 1995, in the care of Lorena Correa and her son, Rafael. According to evidence presented during the month-long trial, the ch ...
The Sacramento Bee -
February 28, 1997