Child Hypoxic Brain Damage Malpractice Settlement

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

A Michigan child brain injury medical malpractice case settled for $5.35.  The child had a routine tonsillectomy by an ENT for chronic infections.  He subsequently developed complications and suffered hypoxic brain injury.  The suit alleged that the doctors failed to plan for predictable complications.  Due to the malpractice, the child has learning problems and is in special education classes.  He needs assistance with walking and will need adult supervision for the rest of his life.

Lawrence J. Buckfire
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