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Amputation Results in Medical Malpractice Award

A man who suffered gangrene after surgery won a large jury award for medical malpractice against his doctors and hospital. The man underwent heart surgery for an improperly functioning valve. His doctors did not monitor him for blood clotting and he developed gangrene. The gangrene resulted in amputation of several limbs. The jury awarded the man $10 million in medical malpractice damages.

Read more about the medical malpractice claim here.

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