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    $2.8M – Keith A. Hebeisen, Sarah F. King & Joseph T. Murphy

    A 51-year-old woman sustained serious injuries due to failure to timely diagnose and treat intraabdominal bleeding.

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    $15M – Keith A. Hebeisen, Susan A. Capra, Sarah F. King, James C. Pullos

    A baby sustained permanent brain injury from lack of oxygen due to failure to perform a timely cesarean section.

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    $8M – Keith A. Hebeisen, Sarah F. King & Courtney A. Berlin

    A 60-year-old man underwent multiple surgeries to treat complication of necrotizing pancreatitis caused by negligence of surgeon failing to shrink a tumor before abdominal surgery.

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    $12.5M – Susan A. Capra, Keith A. Hebeisen, James C. Pullos, Patrick F. Bradley

    A baby sustained brain injuries resulting in cerebral palsy and cognitive deficits due to the failure to perform a timely C-section delivery.

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    $6M – Robert A. Clifford, Keith A. Hebeisen, Sarah F. King, Joseph T. Murphy

    A 76 year old woman died after a hip surgery from receiving a blood transfusion with the wrong blood type.

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    $1M – Keith A. Hebeisen & Sarah F. King

    A 53-year-old woman was misdiagnosed with gout by her primary care physician who negligently prescribed Allopurinol. Her primary care physician failed to discontinue the Allopurinol when she started to experience side effects. She suffered permanent visual loss.

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    $10.2M – Keith A. Hebeisen, Sarah F. King & Joseph T. Murphy

    Keith A. Hebeisen, Sarah F. King and Joseph T. Murphy obtained a verdict on behalf of a 49-year-old man whose right leg was amputated in September 2017 as a result of medical malpractice at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights. Click here to read more.

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    $4.25M – Susan A. Capra, Keith A. Hebeisen

    A 54-year-old woman sustained permanent brain damage due to the rapid over-correction of hyponatremia.

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    $2.8M – Keith A. Hebeisen & Sarah F. King

    A 72-year-old  man who died from liver cancer, which was not timely diagnosed, due to medical negligence of defendant not following up on a liver mass on a CT scan. A year later, it was diagnosed as inoperable.

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