ER or Hospital Negligence
$43.5 million Brown v. Community Hospital of San Bernardino Brain Injury to Three Month Old Baby after Respiratory Infection | San Bernardino County Dr. Fagel achieved a verdict of $43,500,000 on behalf of an 18-month-old child who received severe brain damage after monitoring devices in his crib were disconnected. The plaintiff, then aged 4 months, was admitted to San Bernardino Community Hospital’s regular pediatric floor for a respiratory infection. Three days later, after his condition had improved, the pediatrician told the plaintiff’s parents that he... Read More
$22 million Simpson v. Regents of the University of California-UCI Medical Center Brain Injury to 35-Year-Old Woman after Surgery | Orange County Dr. Fagel achieved a verdict of $22 million on behalf of a 35 year-old woman who suffered brain injuries from pulmonary edema after nursing employees negligently administered excess fluid following surgery. The plaintiff underwent surgery to remove a benign tumor from her uterus without complications. After surgery, she was moved to the post-anesthesia care unit (PACU) and given IV fluids and Inderal... Read More
$5.9 million Chapman v. University of California Board of Regents dba University of California Irvine Medical Center Cerebral Palsy and a Seizure Disorder | Orange County Dr. Fagel achieved a $5,900,000 verdict on the behalf of a young girl who now suffers from cerebral palsy after nearly suffocating to death at her mother’s side shortly after her birth. The minor plaintiff and her twin brother were both delivered by Cesarean section without serious complications. The mother was then given two medications, including morphine, to relieve pain from the... Read More