Unanimous Defendant’s Verdict in Case Involving a Failure to Diagnose Bilateral Hip Dysplasia

by | Feb 12, 2015 | Case Results, Medical Malpractice | 0 comments

Senior Partner Bruce Habian tried to verdict a case involving a claim of failure to diagnose bilateral hip dysplasia over a 15-month period. The alleged failure necessitated multiple open reduction surgeries, with hardware, to correct the hip deformities. The case, which was tried in New York County, resulted in a unanimous defendant’s verdict. Experts for both sides included pediatricians and pediatric orthopedic surgeons. Partner Charles S. Schechter assisted in conducting multiple depositions of treating specialist surgeons.