$29.5 Million Settlement for Permanent Injury Suffered by Patient During Medical Procedure

Doe was admitted to a hospital to undergo a non-emergency medical procedure. During or because of the non-emergency surgery, something evidently did not go as planned.
Doe suffered permanent injuries that now require 24/7 care; he is unable to work.

Doe sued the physician, the downstate Illinois hospital, and a product manufacturer. There is very little information on this case, which resulted in a settlement of $29.5 million.

The attorneys successfully handling this tragic matter were Miranda L. Soucie and James Spiros, both of Champaign, Ill.

Doe v. Roe, Confidential docket (Illinois, May 2022).

Kreisman Law Offices has been handling hospital negligence lawsuits, stroke injury lawsuits, brain damage cases and wrongful death lawsuits for individuals, families, and loved ones who have been harmed, injured or died as a result of the carelessness or negligence of a medical provider for more than 45 years in and around Chicago, Cook County and its surrounding areas, including Bloomingdale, West Chicago, Woodridge, Bridgeview, Blue Island, Harvey, Des Plaines, Buffalo Grove, Crystal Lake, Algonquin, New Lenox, Orland Park, Oak Park, Melrose Park, Romeoville, Chicago (Brighton Park, McKinley Park, Bronzeville, South Loop, Wrigleyville, Chinatown, Lakeview, West Ridge, Portage Park, Logan Square, North Austin, Belmont Heights), Harwood Heights, Hoffman Estates and Arlington Heights, Ill.

Robert D. Kreisman has been an active member of the Illinois and Missouri bars since 1976.

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