Delayed Treatment led to Plaintiff’s Brain Damage – $7,173,274.00
On November 15, 2001, plaintiff JS, 42, occupation not given, went to his primary care physician complaining of severe headaches, and was given painkillers. On November 16, he went to a Hospital in Hamilton, complaining of a headache for five days and being unsteady on his feet. Dr. C ordered a CT scan that showed a colloid cyst on his brain. A radiologist suggested an MRI, but Dr. C said JS had a tension headaches. He prescribed pain medication and sent him home.
Estate of an elderly woman who was tragically killed in an accident – $3,250,000.00
A $3,250,000.00 settlement for the Estate of an elderly woman who was tragically killed in an accident involving a tractor trailer. Mr. Cerussi was admitted in the State of Delaware (where the accident occurred) for the purpose of trying the case on behalf of the family members, who resided in New Jersey.
Construction Site Negligence – $3,225,000.00
This action involved two plaintiff masons, each 40 at the time, who were involved in the construction of a pharmacy, and in which the plaintiff contended that the defendant general contractor failed to provide bracing as required by OSHA as the wall was being built. The wall collapsed and the plaintiffs fell 22 feet.
Premises Liability Case – $3,000,000.00
This was an action involving the plaintiff, in his 30s, who was attending a co-ed children’s talent pageant in which the daughter of his longtime girlfriend was a participant. The plaintiff contended that the presence of an approximately two-foot-wide gap situated immediately behind the rear curtain of the temporary stage erected for the pageant constituted a hidden hazard, resulting in his falling as he attempted to stand behind his girlfriend and her daughter while posing for a photograph after the completion of the pageant. The plaintiff suffered a cervical herniation, which he maintained will cause severe permanent pain despite fusion surgery, as well as shoulder impingement syndrome which essentially resolved with surgery.
An obstetrician failed to appreciate our client’s signs and symptoms of cervical cancer. – $3,000,000.00
A $3,000,000.00 medical malpractice settlement – An obstetrician failed to appreciate our client’s signs and symptoms of cervical cancer. By the time the cancer was diagnosed, the cancer had spread to multiple organs, and our client passed away from the cancer.