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CDC Releases Physical Inactivity Map

February 3, 2020

Post by Sarah Schindler, Esq. (Featured Photo: Our very own Dr. Philip Robin snowboarding in one of the nation’s most physically active states.) On January 16th, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a map charting adult physical inactivity across the United States. The results might surprise you. For starters, ALL states and territories had […] Read more »

A LAWYER’S TAKE ON THE MGM LAWSUIT AGAINST SHOOTING VICTIMS

July 19, 2018

MGM is suing the victims of the October 1, 2017 mass shooting where Stephen Paddock, from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, killed 58 people and wounded 500 others attending an outdoor music concert. MGM is not suing for money. They are suing under the Federal Declaratory Judgment Act where a judge is […] Read more »


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CDC Releases Physical Inactivity Map

February 3, 2020

Post by Sarah Schindler, Esq. (Featured Photo: Our very own Dr. Philip Robin snowboarding in one of the nation’s most physically active states.) On January 16th, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a map charting adult physical inactivity across the United States. The results might surprise you. For starters, ALL states and territories had […] Read more »

As Holiday Season Commences, Continued Warnings Against Infant Inclined Sleepers

December 4, 2019

On Thanksgiving Eve last week, Consumer Reports sent letters to 15 retail giants and online sellers.  The message was clear: immediately stop selling inclined infant sleepers.  In October, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) released a new study, concluding parents and caregivers should stop using any sleepers with inclined seat backs of more than […] Read more »

Significant Verdicts and Settlements

Patient who suffered nerve damage from faulty surgical device receives $7.5 million settlement

A young professional, running to catch a train, tripped and fell down a flight of concrete steps. As part of the treatment for her rotator cuff injury, she underwent an arthroscopic procedure involving an electrothermal heating probe.

As Kolsby Gordon lawyers later proved, the device had been repeatedly connected with causing nerve damage. The manufacturer was aware of the conditions that led to the nerve damage, and presentations had been made at top conferences about how to prevent it. Yet neither her surgeon nor the manufacturer took the steps necessary to prevent the nerve damage from occurring to her shoulder during the procedure.

The resulting damage was chronic and debilitating—afterwards she required long-term help with even basic chores, as well as around-the-clock opiates for pain management. Because of the negligence of the doctor and the manufacturer, her career was finished. Kolsby Gordon helped our client secure a significant settlement that covers future medical and living expenses as she moves forward with her life.

Medical malpractice victim harmed during surgery receives $10 million

During an elective upper endoscopy, the surgical team failed to ensure that the patient was appropriately oxygenated. As a result of this asphyxiation, the patient suffered irreversible brain damage.

Teen who suffered catastrophic brain damage awarded $18.5 million

A 15-year-old boy was brought to the hospital after suffering injuries in a motor vehicle collision. Because a surgeon failed to perform necessary brain surgery in a timely manner, the young man suffered catastrophic brain damage.

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