A $5.2 million settlement was recently reached in a malpractice claim regarding the death of a woman during child birth. Apparently, the woman suffered from internal bleeding as a result of a Caesarean operation. The evidence suggested that an attending physician warned the doctor who performed the C-Section that the patient had internal bleeding. The attending physician delayed too long in addressing the problem and the woman died as a result. The settlement was reached between multiple defendants who were involved in the procedure.Read more about medical malpractice here.
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