Pegalis Law Group recently obtained a $2 million dollar settlement for the family of a 34-year-old wife and mother. Our client underwent an exercise stress-test, which was stopped because she developed chest pain, shortness of breath and left arm pain. Due to the normal EKG results, no further testing was done for coronary artery disease. This additional testing could have prevented the untimely death of our client.
Pegalis Law Group recently obtained a $1.6 million dollar settlement for the family of a 76-year-old Long Island man. Our client developed a painful post-operative bleed into his spine which went undiagnosed and untreated in the hospital, until two days later, when it caused a stroke in his spinal cord and paralyzed him from the neck down. This led to the untimely death of our client.
We secured a $3.3 million dollar settlement for a Queens, NY, toddler whose mother died during her birth. The single, 24 year-old mother suffered and died as a result of medical negligence. Following improper administration of anesthesia and a failure to properly monitor both mother and baby, the birthing mother suffered hypoxia, bradycardia, cardiopulmonary arrest, significant pain and premature death.
Pegalis Law Group recently obtained a $2.9 million dollar settlement for the family of a Long Island, NY, father, in a wrongful death case. After having a hernia surgery at a well-regarded hospital, doctors failed to appropriately examine and manage his care. This resulted in infection, cardiac arrest and our client’s untimely death.
Pegalis Law Group recently obtained a $2.5 million dollar settlement for the family of a 53-year-old New York man. He suffered and died from a pulmonary embolism and cardiac arrest, as a result of medical negligence. His hospital ER medical team failed to institute timely emergency treatment.
We recently obtained justice and secured a $5 million dollar settlement on behalf of our client, a Brooklyn, NY woman. She is a victim of preventable medical error and remains permanently impaired and unable to care for herself. Two New York doctors failed to see and act upon improperly administered anesthesia. Being aware and prepared to treat anesthesia-related complications is a standard of medical care, for which they failed our client.
Our 29-year-old Queens, NY, client and his family suffer greatly as a result of a preventable medication error. He suffered an activation of tuberculosis and the consequences it caused, after his doctor skipped proper pre-medication screening, and failed to understand the results of a certain test and prescribed the medication anyway. We secured our client a $750,000 settlement.
We sought accountability for a young woman whose doctor improperly performed and repaired an episiotomy and secured a settlement of $400,000 for her pain and suffering.
We just obtained a $10,000,000 settlement for a 31-year-old New York man who became a paraplegic at age 21, as a result of avoidable medical negligence during his surgery.
We recently obtained a $5,000,000 million dollar settlement for a mother whose delayed cancer treatment resulted in her death. Hospital radiologists failed to detect this Bronx County, NY woman’s cancer in test results.
We recently obtained a $2.8 million dollar settlement for a New York man whose mistreatment of his high blood pressure in the ER resulted in a stroke.
We were pleased to obtain a settlement of $7.5 million dollars for a Pennsylvania child who was discharged prematurely from a hospital emergency department, resulting in permanent brain damage.
We obtained a settlement of $6.4 million dollars for a young boy in Nassau County who lives with multiple, severe physical damage to his feet, hands, and eyes, as well as psychological trauma because a hospital Emergency Department failed to diagnose his pneumonia which led to sepsis and toxic shock.
A Nassau County, NY client was awarded a $550,000 settlement after he sustained nerve damage from the removal of a benign shoulder tumor.
We recently obtained a settlement of $2.45 million dollars concerning the death of a young man after doctors failed to diagnosis his lung cancer.
We secured a settlement of more than $3 million dollars for the family of a 50-year old Suffolk County, NY man who died from cardiac arrest due to an excessive amount of IV fluid, shortly after gall bladder surgery.
A 49-year-old Westchester County, NY woman received a $900,000 settlement, after undergoing an arthroscopic surgery to her knee, which became infected. That lead to another surgery for total knee replacement and she continues to have pain and limitations.
The wife and children of a Queens County man received a settlement of $5.75 million dollars. His death was a result of a failure to diagnose and treat his abdominal aortic aneurysm.
We recovered a $6 million dollar settlement for a brain injured child as a result of medical care providers’ failures to treat high blood pressure in a mother, which caused a premature delivery. Doctors then failed to treat the baby’s signs of hydrocephalus, resulting in permanent brain injuries.
We obtained $3.75 million dollar settlement for the husband and children of a Nassau County woman who died soon after giving birth to twins. Medical personnel failed to treat her breathing difficulties.
A $2.8 million dollar settlement was achieved for a child who sustained neurological and respitatory impairments as a result of being delivered too early at 28 weeks.
The family of a 42 year old Bronx, NY man received a settlement of $2.5 million dollars as a result of his death due to an undiagnosed descending aortic aneurysm.
A $1.65 million dollar settlement was obtained for a Brooklyn, NY woman for the failure to timely diagnosis and treat breast cancer.
We obtained a settlement of $4.9 million dollars for the family of a woman who died at a Manhattan hospital as a result of the failure to treat her high blood pressure at the time of her baby’s delivery.
Our client, a 57-year-old woman, received a settlement of $1 million dollars for her life-altering suffering after doctors’ failure to diagnose and treat an intestinal perforation, thinking it was a virus or food poisoning. Our client developed peritonitis, became septic and lost part of her intestines, toes, and suffered a heart attack.
We recently obtained a settlement of $5.175 million dollars for the wrongful death of a first-time mom in Nassau County, NY, whose doctors failed to diagnose a blood clot in her lungs, shortly after she was discharged from the hospital.
We obtained a settlement of $2 million dollars for a Pennsylvania baby who suffered brain damage due to medical personnel’s failure to deliver the baby in a timely manner after fetal heart distress signals.
The family of a Queens, NY man received a settlement of $750,000 dollars after he died from being undiagnosed and untreated for a descending aortic aneurysm.