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Partner Christopher A. Terzian obtained a summary judgment for our clients in this diagnostic septic shock matter in Supreme Court, Ontario County. In this matter, the plaintiff alleged the defendant physician’s assistant and clinic failed to diagnose septic shock in an elderly patient the day before she died. Our summary judgment motion on behalf of our clients was supported by affidavits of two experts who refuted 23 allegat...

MCB Senior Partner, Anthony M. Sola, and Associates, Amy E. Korn and Alexander C. Cooper, recently obtained dismissal of all claims against our defendant hospital and our gastroenterologist in a wrongful death case involving a then 79-year old woman, who was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer. On November 3, 2013, the decedent was admitted to the Hospital with complaints of severe abdominal pain related to her pancrea...

MCB Partner Jayne L. Brayer, Esq. assisted by Partner Aryeh S. Klonsky, Esq. obtained a unanimous defense verdict on all questions of liability in a case involving a crush injury victim in Richmond Supreme Court.

The 46 year old female plaintiff was struck by a motor vehicle while walking in a parking lot, pinning her between two cars.  She was diagnosed with a large closed hematoma, status post crush injury, and was admitted t...

Partner Gregory J. Radomisli and Associates Emma B. Glazer and Yusuf Sattar successfully blocked plaintiff’s motion for partial summary judgment in Kings County.

In this case, it was alleged that the defendant physician misdiagnosed the plaintiff as suffering from ADHD, and that he therefore improperly prescribed a the Schedule II drug Methylphenidate, a/k/a Ritalin.  Plaintiff also alleged that the physician prescribed Ritalin...

Head of MCB Labor & Employment practice, Partner Valerie K. Ferrier, obtained a favorable result for our client hospital in Queens County.  MCB moved to dismiss this action involving three claims of age discrimination by a retired doctor, based on a signed release of all such claims, as well as a claim for breach of contract, and for an award of attorney’s fees, pursuant to the release. In opposition, the doctor argued that he...

Senior Partner Daniel L. Freidlin was granted summary judgment for our client obstetrician/ gynecologists in Suffolk County Supreme Court. Plaintiff alleged that our three defendant obstetrician/gynecologists negligently performed a hysterectomy and then failed to diagnose a vesicovaginal fistula postoperatively.  After conservative treatment with a pessary failed, plaintiff consented to undergo a vaginal hysterectomy as defin...

Senior Partner William P. Brady obtained a dismissal on a summary judgment motion, or in the alternative, for a frye hearing in a case involving a plaintiff with Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS). The plaintiff alleged that our client doctor delayed the diagnosis and treatment by 24-36 hours.  The Court found that our client doctor established that earlier diagnosis and treatment would not have changed the outcome.  It was noted t...

Senior Partner Rosaleen McCrory, Of Counsel Maureen P. Blazowski obtained dismissal of a general negligence, medical malpractice and wrongful death case involving a then 84 year-old woman. The plaintiff alleged that the defendants failed to perform proper risk assessments with regard to skin breakdown and the development of pressure ulcers; failed to prevent further breakdown of the decedent’s pressure ulcers; failed to turn a...

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