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$2.5 Million Settlement For Stroke

Posted by Frank Spector | Dec 26, 2009 | 0 Comments

A woman received a $2.5 million settlement from University Hospital in Columbia, Mo., stemming from a 2005 medical malpractice lawsuit. According to the suit, doctors improperly placed an IV in Susan Martin's upper chest instead of her wrist, which caused fatty blockages to travel to her brain, resulting in strokes and brain damage. Her lawyers say she is mentally and physically handicapped as a result. Columbia Daily Tribune

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