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Plaintiff(s): BRADY TRIPLETT
Defendant(s): FREDERICK HEALTH HOSPITAL, INC. d/b/a FREDERICK MEMORIAL HOSPITAL; STUART GOODMAN, M.D.; ERIC SCOTT HANSEN, M.D.
Injury(s): Neurological disabilities; Physical impairment; Significant conscious pain and suffering; Emotional distress; He is and will be permanently dependent upon others for his care; He has and will continue to undergo serious and painful medical procedures; He has in the past and will in the future incur significant medical and other expenses; His earning capacity has been severely diminished; Other injuries and damages.
Hospital(s): Frederick Health Hospital, Inc.; Frederick Memorial Hospital
Procedure(s): Intravenous Thrombosis – administering Tissue Plasminogen Activator; Mechanical Thrombectomy
Count(s): Ordinary Corporate Negligence; Medical Malpractice
Summary of Allegations: Frederick Health Hospital, Inc. and Frederick Memorial Hospital through their constituents Dr. Stuart Goodman, M.D. and Dr. Eric Hansen, M.D., failed to properly diagnose and treat an ongoing stroke in a patient who was noted by emergency medical staff as potentially experiencing a stroke and showing several indications of a stroke. Frederick’s doctors failed to treat Plaintiff properly upon arrival and while admitted in the Emergency room. Thus, their failures to properly diagnose and treat Plaintiff has caused the aforementioned injuries.