Medical Malpractice

We represented a man who saw a dermatologist and underwent a Mohs procedure to remove cancerous lumps from his lip. We alleged that the dermatologist failed to properly do the procedure resulting in the spread of the client’s cancer. The dermatologist contended that he had done the procedure properly but at the time of the procedure, the cancer had already spread to other portions of the client’s face as well as lymph nodes. Our client was forced to undergo cancer treatment as well as extensive excision of cancerous growths from his face which required subsequent chemotherapy. We filed suit against the original dermatologist alleging that his care was negligent and failed to fully eradicate the dangerous cells prior to the cancer’s spread. After extensive litigation in which we retained prominent expert witnesses, obtained $575,000 on behalf of our client

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