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Our Medical Negligence team helps individuals and families with claims involving serious injury or death. We work throughout Minnesota and the Midwest region.
Briggs and Morgan has an active and extensive trial practice. This includes jury trials in state and federal courts and administrative hearings across the country. The firm is fully equipped with the latest trial management and presentation tools and the firm is deeply staffed both with trial lawyers and support personnel.
Our attorneys help families and individuals in personal injury and wrongful death claims involving such things as medical negligence and medical device failure, product liability, industrial and consumer product failure or malfunction, automobile and trucking accidents, worksite injuries and accidents, and other situations where someone acts wrongfully or a product has failed. A significant number of these clients are referred to the firm by other lawyers and by judges.
Members of our Medical Negligence group include lawyers with over thirty years of experience in this area and lawyers admitted to membership in national, invitational organizations such as The American College of Trial Lawyers, The American Board of Trial Advocates, and The International Society of Barristers.
- 31-year-old client who underwent a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Her left and right hepatic ducts were transected as a result of medical negligence and she required reconstructive surgery. Obtained a $440,000 settlement.
- 38-year-old client who suffered unilateral hearing loss and tinnitus due to the negligent failure to timely diagnose and treat a MRSA infection. Obtained a $500,000 settlement.
- 40-year-old husband and father of adult children killed in a motor vehicle collision. Obtained a $1.45 million settlement.
- 44-year-old woman required amputation of all the toes of one foot and suffered loss of function of the leg due to medical negligence. Obtained a $900,000 settlement.
- 47-year-old man who lost his leg because of negligent failure to promptly treat his crush fracture of the pelvis and iliac artery injury. Obtained a $1.95 million settlement.
- 48-year-old railroad engineer who suffered a low back injury when his train hit a semi tractor trailer that improperly came into the crossing. Obtained a $1.14 million jury verdict against trucking company.
- 51-year-old client who required revision lumbar fusion surgery. He suffered cauda equina syndrome and was left with paraparesis, paresthesias, neurogenic bladder and bowel, erectile dysfunction, and spasticity due to medical negligence. Obtained a $1.5 million settlement.
- Six-year-old boy who suffered a C1 fracture and was rendered quadriplegic after airbag improperly deployed in a low impact rear end accident. Confidential product liability settlement against international auto manufacturer one week before trial.
- The family of a 53-year-old woman who suffered brain injuries in a car accident that ultimately led to her death. She was survived by her husband, adult children by former marriage, grandchildren, and her mother. She was employed. Obtained a $1.2 million settlement.
- November 20, 2014