Jonathan Erman obtained a defendants verdict on behalf of a obstetrician gynecologist in Kings County, New York. Paintiffs’ alleged that the failure to perform a c-section resulted in the infant plaintiff suffering from a stroke resulting in left sided hemiparesis. After a 3 week trial, a Kings County Jury rendered a unanimous verdict in favor […]

Carl Erman obtained a defendant’s verdict on behalf of a well known otolaryngologist. Plaintiff’s Estate alleged on behalf of the 19 year old patient that the defendant physician failed to diagnose and treat her nasopharyngeal cancer resulting in her death. A Richmond County jury render a unanimous verdict in favor of our client.

John Orbon obtained a defendant’s verdict on behalf of a surgeon. Plaintiff alleged that the defendant surgeon failed to properly perform a sentinel node biopsy resulting in a recurrence of cancer in her lymph nodes. After 4 weeks of trial a Queens jury rendered a unanimous verdict in favor of our client.

After a 3 week trial Carl Erman obtained a defense verdict on behalf of a prominent infectious disease specialist. Plaintiff’s Estate alleged that the defendant failed to diagnose and treat Stevens Johnson Syndrome an extremely rare infection.

Congratulations to Jonathan Erman who was able to obtain a defendant’s verdict in Supreme Court, Kings County on behalf of an obstetrician-gynecologist.

Congratulations to Jeffrey Cohen who obtained a defendant’s verdict on behalf of an ophthalmologist in Supreme Court, Kings County in which plaintiff alleged negligent prescribing of steroids resulting in loss of vision in the patient’s left eye.

Congratulations to Carl Erman in obtaining a defendant’s verdict on behalf of two surgeons in Supreme Court, Richmond County in which plaintiff alleged a transection of a hepatic artery resulting in numerous hospitalizations and subsequent surgical procedures.

Congratulations to Jonathan Erman in obtaining a defendant’s verdict on behalf of a Richmond County pediatrician who plaintiff alleges was negligent in failing to perform a catheterization resulting in bladder perforation