Settlement for a woman in a case involving a medication error that resulted in eventual strokes.
Many Kline & Specter cases have resulted not only in large monetary resolutions but also in changes that benefited thousands if not millions of citizens. (See examples)
The following are some of the larger publicly disclosed settlements and verdicts obtained by Kline & Specter attorneys. The list does not account for innumerable major settlements which are confidential nor for scores of other Kline & Specter seven-figure settlements and verdicts.
Settlement: Delayed diagnosis of benign brain tumor results in neurological injuries.
Settlement: Infant dies after misconnected tubing over-pressurizes resuscitation bag.
Settlement: Missed breast cancer diagnosis delays treatment more than two years.
Settlement: Missed spinal cord compression symptoms result in neurologic injuries.
Settlement for an undocumented worker crushed to death in housing excavation.
Settlement: Medical malpractice involving valve surgery results in death.
Settlement: Delay in diagnosis of placental abruption and delivery causes brain injury.
Settlement: Failure to properly read scan leads to cancer, multiple surgeries.
Verdict in 2019 in Montgomery County, Pa., against an Abington Hospital doctor for a Glenside man who died because of the delayed diagnosis of a severe bacterial infection. (Wilson)
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Click on the following options below to learn more about some of Kline and Specter's most notable cases:
- Medical Malpractice (Includes brain and spinal cord injury, birth injury and neonatal cases, failure to diagnose cancer, and general malpractice)
- Mass Tort/Drug Cases (Vioxx, Fen-Phen, Baycol)
- Product Liability
- Premises Liability
- Construction/Workplace Injuries
- Automobile Litigation
- Civil Rights