When hiring or retaining a lawyer for your traumatic brain injury lawsuit in Pennsylvania and New Jersey,
it is crucial that you find a law firm who has a successful track record for complex medical malpractice lawsuits and personal injury lawsuit settlements. Here are a few of the many medical malpractice cases awarded to the Pennsylvania personal injury law firm Anapol Schwartz:
--On November 9, 2007, Merck & Co., Inc., agreed to pay $4.85 billion to settle the majority of the Vioxx claims, a litigation in which Anapol Schwartz Partners Sol Weiss and David Jacoby played an instrumental role.
--The jury awarded $3.5 million to a 60-year-old woman with prior lower back pain who received an improper post-operative pain medication injection that permanently caused devastating nerve and muscle wasting damage to her left leg leaving her a prisoner in her own home.
--A 37-year-old male client was awarded $22 million for a medical malpractice verdict. The backhoe operator had unnecessary spinal fusion surgery which rendered him disabled. The verdict also included $1 million for loss of consortium for the client's wife.
--Anapol Schwartz won a $1.4 million medical malpractice case for a client whose wife died from cardiac dysrythmia during a routine colonoscopy. No halter monitor was prescribed and no diagnosis was made regarding her heart palpitations to prevent this tragedy.
Everyone wants to know:
How much does a traumatic brain injury lawsuit cost? It costs you nothing. If you decide to retain Anapol Schwartz and Anapol Schwartz agrees to be retained, your traumatic brain injury lawsuit is based on a percentage contingency basis. If you don’t win, Anapol Schwartz doesn’t get paid. No recovery; no fees.
The likelihood of a successful lawsuit varies based on the facts of each case. Each person’s TBI injury varies and will affect the outcome of any lawsuit. There are also local issues, involving specific state laws, which may alter the handling of each unsafe drug lawsuit.