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$68 MillionLargest Jury Verdict in Fresno County history for failure to comply with hospital standards for patient safety, leaving elderly man in permanent coma. Jury also awarded punitive damages.
$5.5 MillionSettlement for failure to diagnose acute blood loss after cancer surgery resulting in brain damage to physician
$7 MillionPlus Settlement: Negligent performance of intubation post-operatively, resulting in severe brain damage to minor child.
$10.8 MillionConfidential settlement for an adult who suffered catastrophic injury from a stroke
$22 MillionRobyn Frankel vs. Palo Alto Medical Foundation GroupJury verdict for paralysis caused to patient after an unnecessary procedure.
$4.25 MillionSettlement for failure to quickly respond to a minor plaintiff’s hyperthermia after surgery resulting in catastrophic injuries including brain damage
$4 MillionSettlement for failure to diagnose fetal distress resulting in minor plaintiff suffering from severe static encephalopathy
$5.5 MillionSettlement for failure to diagnose and treat kernicterus resulting in severe brain damage of child

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    Proposition 46: California Malpractice Cap Produces Huge Spending

    Bob Pack wished to sue the HMO physicians for carelessly prescribing painkillers to a drug-addicted nanny who hit his ten-year-old son and seven-year-old daughter as they were getting ice cream in fall 2003. However, according to California’s 1970’s-era medical malpractice law, a $250,000 cap existed on pain and suffering rather than taking legal action due to the cap, he settled so he could look after his wife, who had a miscarriage in the collision.

    The November 2014 ballot proposal named after Troy and Alana—Pack’s children—aimed to increase the medical malpractice cap to $1.1 million. The campaign had endorsed an intense conflict between physicians and lawyers over injured patients’ rights with over $102 million spent in one of California’s most costly ballot proposals.

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    "In over 25 years of practice on the defense side of malpractice cases, Jeff Mitchell is the attorney I fear most. He takes very good cases. Jeff has the medicine and the applicable literature down cold. He is without a doubt the best cross-examiner I have ever seen. I have paid his clients a lot of money over the years."
    - John M.

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