Medical malpractice case results

Elk & Elk Co., Ltd. is known for its use of medical experts in cases involving injury or death because of negligence by a provider. In fact, our firm even has in-house nurses to advise you and help with your case. Like everyone, you expect your doctor or other medical professional to provide you with the care you need. When something goes wrong because the standard of care is not met, you do have options. Read on to learn how we have helped countless other people just like you.

All lawsuits are different and Elk & Elk makes no representation or promises that it can obtain the same results in other cases. These results do not guarantee, warrant, or predict the outcome of any future legal matter. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.

$10,000,000 Our client suffered paralysis as a result of negligence during surgery to correct severe scoliosis. Jay Kelley
$9,750,000 Misplaced catheter in NICU results in global brain and spine injury.
$7,300,000 Surgical complication resulting in global brain injury. Jay Kelley
$6,300,000 Hypoxia injury following minimally invasive surgery from drug interaction.
$6,000,000 Paralytic agent administered to ICU patient. The drug was a “Look alike/ sound alike” medication.
$4,800,000 Untreated infection leads to death of the 33-year-old mother.
$3,500,000 Client undergoing heart surgery sustained brain injury. Phillip Kuri
$1,950,000 Failure to diagnose dehydration leads to cardiac arrest and death of 1-year-old.
$1,800,000 Botched sinus surgery of 16-year-old client results in chronic headaches and developmental delays. Jay Kelley and Arthur Elk
$1,500,000 Medical malpractice leads to the death of our 49-year-old client.
$1,100,000 A late cancer diagnosis of our 54-year-old client results in stage-4 tongue cancer.
$975,000 Failure to diagnose pulmonary embolism results in the death of our 67-year-old client.
$800,000 Client recovering in rehab facility wasn’t properly monitored during anticoagulation therapy leading to a brain bleed and death. Phillip Kuri
$700,000 Late cancer diagnosis of our 61-year-old client results in death.
$450,000 Late melanoma diagnosis of our 60-year-old client.
$400,000 Nursing home neglect results in our 77-year-old client suffering from a broken leg and infection.
$350,000 Optometrist failed to diagnose open angle glaucoma in our client that resulted in permanent partial vision loss in both eyes. R. Craig McLaughlin
$300,000 Negligence during routine endoscopy leads to multiple corrective surgeries in our 60-year-old client.
$200,000 Our client fell out of bed during a hospital stay resulting in her death.
$100,000 Nursing home neglect causes a concussion and broken hip requiring surgery. William Campbell