Spartanburg, SC -- Ms. Perkins represented the family of a young husband and father who died when the Veterans Administration failed to provide required follow-up colonoscopies that would have detected a second primary cancer. The young veteran's cancer was terminal when the testing was finally scheduled. Our attorneys tried this wrongful death case before a federal judge and obtained an award of $3.006 million that was upheld on appeal. See Hord v. U. S.
Accident Lawyers in Columbia, Myrtle Beach, Kingstree and Marion, South Carolina
Charleston, SC -- Mr. Fulda was successful in representing a twelve year-old girl who lost eyesight in her right eye after a spinal surgery for scoliosis. He was able to show that the young girl lost her eyesight because of excessive pressure to her eye during the surgery. He was further able to show that had the positioning of the child's head during the surgery been properly monitored, there would not have been excessive pressure and the blindness would not have occurred.
Orangeburg, SC – Ms. Perkins and Mr.
Mr. Fulda was successful in securing a $350,000 settlement for a patient who suffered an undiagnosed bowel perforation during gallbladder surgery. The patient later required mulitple, painful surgeries to repair the perforation.
Bamberg, SC - Mr. Fulda and Mr.
Spartanburg, SC -- Mr. Whetstone represented a patient who became infected with resistent staph bacteria during a heart cath procedure. She subsequently experienced significant disability, including being unable to walk. This medical malpractice case was settled prior to trial for $500,000.
Chester, SC -- Mr. Fulda and Ms. Perkins were successful in representing the estate of a 42 year-old husband and father who suffered a fatal heart attack after seeking medical assistance for chest pain/discomfort from three separate medical providers in a 30-day period. Mr. Fulda and Ms.
Spartanburg, SC -- Ms. Perkins represented the family of a young woman who died when her heart condition went undiagnosed after symptoms were ignored and tests were misinterpreted. The case resulted in a combined settlement against multiple defendants in this medical malpractice wrongful death case of $1.005 million.
Columbia, SC -- Mr. Fulda represented the estate of an army veteran treated at Moncrief Army Hospital who died from nasopharyngeal cancer. Government and private medical providers failed to timely diagnose the nasopharyngeal lesion, allowing it to evolve into a metastatic cancer. This wrongful death case was resolved against all wrongdoers for $1.2 million.