Medical Malpractice Suit against Orthopedic Surgeon Prevails

A man won $4 million from a jury in a medical malpractice suit against his orthopedic surgeon. The jury concluded that the orthopedic surgeon was negligent during surgery. The doctor performed surgery on the man’s right arm and in the process removed a benign tumor after the man complained of pain in that arm. Afterwards the man was diagnosed with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome in his right hand. This disorder causes severe pain. This, claims the patient, is the result from the surgeon’s malpractice.

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