Family of brain damaged child receives $6 million recovery.
A six-year-old girl was hospitalized with pneumonia and was ventilated. A physician removed her endotracheal tube even though there were indications that the child had not recovered to the point where she could breath on her own. After the endotracheal tube was removed, the child could not sufficiently oxygenate herself and suffered permanent brain damage.
Kolsby Gordon was able to achieve a settlement that was sufficient to purchase an annuity to pay for the care this child would need for the remainder of her life.