Florida attorneys H. Ross Zelnick and Miguel A. Amador of Ginnis, Krathen, & Zelnick PA announced recently that their client was awarded $7.8 million in one of the largest slip-and-fall verdicts in state history. The complaint, filed in Broward County,
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Case Name: Kelli A. Andrews, Individually, and as Personal Representative of the Estate of William E. Andrews, as Mother/Next Friend to her minor children, Kaylin Andrews and Jack Andrews v. Jeffrey Gelfand, M.D., Orthopaedic Physicians of Annapolis LLC,…
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- Medical Malpractice – Surgeon; Failure to Consult; Failure to Monitor;
Events and Allegations
In early 2019, the plaintiff was navigating the staircase in her rented home when she slipped on a broken step near the top of the staircase. She grabbed for the handrail, but it pulled free of the…
Case Name: Marshall Fox, Individually and as Administrator of the Estate of Jayne B. Fox v. Emory Healthcare, Inc., The Emory Clinic, Inc., John Doe and Jayne Doe, No. 16A60445
- Wrongful Death – Survival Damages
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The Facts of the Case
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The family of a young boy brought the case against the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, commonly known as Penn Medicine. Their lawsuit claimed that in 2018, Penn Medicine failed to perform…
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