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$5 Million Cervical Spine Surgical Medical Malpractice Case

Patient suffers catastrophic thromboembolic stroke secondary to cervical spine surgery.

This matter handled by John W. Baldante, Esquire involved a 45 year old woman who underwent cervical spine surgery at the recommendation of her treating orthopaedic surgeon despite the fact that she did not present with signs and/or symptoms of cervical myelopathy. During the surgery, the patient suffered a catastrophic thromboembolic event to the vertebral-basilar artery resulting in an infarct to the pontine of the brain and manifesting in a profound Locked-In Syndrome. The client’s condition left her a partial spastic quadriplegic dependant upon others to perform most aspects of her activities of daily living (ADL’s).

With offices in Philadelphia and New Jersey, Levy, Baldante, Finney & Rubenstein, P.C. has earned a national reputation in the representation of severely injured individuals, complex commercial litigation, and trial of class action cases in courts throughout the country.